SIDNEY, Mont. (AP) -- The FBI and local law enforcement officials
are releasing few details surrounding the disappearance and
reported death of a northeastern Montana math teacher who vanished
a week ago.
Sidney Mayor Bret Smelser says residents on Saturday would like
to have more information but they understand an investigation is
Officials say 43-year-old Sherry Arnold disappeared Jan. 7 while
on an early morning run along a truck route on the edge of the oil
boom town that has about 5,500 residents.
Authorities say two men in the Dakotas were being questioned in connection with the death.
Names have not been released.
FBI spokeswoman Deborah Bertram in an email Saturday to The
Associated Press declined comment.
Officials have not reported finding a body, and Smelser says no
searches are planned.
Sidney school officials posted a statement online saying they
learned of Arnold's death Friday. The statement did not provide
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