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New search for Mich. woman who vanished from Halloween party

FLAT ROCK, Mich. -- Law enforcement officers have searched a field in southeastern Michigan for Chelsea Bruck, a woman missing since a Halloween party last year.

A composite image of a man who may have been seen with Chelsea Bruck. Monroe County Sheriff's Office

The Detroit News reports Flat Rock police say they assisted the Monroe County sheriff's department Sunday night. Police have received hundreds of tips since Bruck, 22, of Maybee, vanished Oct. 26. Two people are charged in the case with lying to investigators.

Last month, officials searched the Pointe Mouillee Game Area.

The sheriff's department has said there's no evidence Bruck was hurt or killed, but her Oct. 26 disappearance has prompted searches in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana. Bruck attended the party in Frenchtown Township dressed as the comic villain Poison Ivy and was wearing a leaf-covered top and dark purple wig.

After her disappearance, police released a sketch of a man she was seen with at the party.

Bruck's sister Cassandra told CBS Detroit says the field is not too far from where the party took place. She said she's hopeful her sister is still alive. "Very hopeful that she's still alive, we'll find her and she'll be able to come home."

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