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It is a "suspicious" death, which has been classified by law enforcement as "undetermined." But the investigation surrounding the disappearance and death of Kaysera Stops Pretty Places continues to raise red flags for her family two years later. The 18-year-old indigenous woman was last seen hanging out with friends in the small town of Hardin, Montana on August 24, 2019.

PABLO, Mont. — Unlike some missing persons cases that have reached national spotlight, the Missing and Murdered Indigenous People’s crisis has only gained momentum in recent years. Now, tribes in Montana are fighting back.

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