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New Leads Needed For Missing Kalispell Woman

KALISPELL -

The Montana Department of Justice and Flathead officials are asking anyone who might know something about the disappearance of Kalispell's Nicole Waller to help.

Investigators found the 32-year-old's Maroon Ford Expedition left near Poplar with her children's pet guinea pigs inside on Valentine's Day last year.

Waller's disappearance is being looked into as a homicide, according to the Montana DOJ's Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI).

They say the signs are pointing to something more than just a freak accident, but tips so far haven't led to any new findings.

Waller was last seen in Fairview.

Officials say her family hasn't heard from her in about a year.

"We're doing this because there's somebody out there that probably has some information and we're asking people to step forward and contact us no matter how small," said Anastasia Burton, a spokeswoman with the Montana DOJ.

Authorities say Waller is five feet tall and weighs about 165 pounds.

You can share tips anonymously. Helpful information could lead to a cash reward. Anyone with information about Waller's disappearance may get in touch with Agent Mark Hilyard in the DCI by calling 406-444-7068 or the Flathead County Sheriff's Office at 406-758-5600. You can also send in tips online to the Richland County Crime Stoppers.

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