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This undated photo provided by the Eden Prairie Police via The Star Tribune shows Mandy Marie Matula, who was last seen early Thursday morning, May 2, 2013. The Eden Prairie Police are seeking the public's help in locating a 24 year-old resident. Police believe Matula was at Miller Park in Eden Prairie around 1:30 a.m. Thursday with 24-year-old David Marshall Roe of Victoria. (AP Photo/Eden Prairie Police via The Star Tribune)

Search continues for missing Eden Prairie woman


EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — Police are still searching for a 24-year-old Eden Prairie woman, a day after the man wanted for questioning in her disappearance shot himself in the head in the police parking lot.


Eden Prairie Police Lt. Bill Wyffels says Mandy Marie Matula was reported missing Thursday morning after she didn't show up for work. Police believe she was with 24-year-old David Marshall Roe of Victoria in Miller Park early Thursday.

Wyffels said the two had a romantic relationship previously, but were no longer dating.

Roe agreed to speak with police, but shot himself in his vehicle in the department's parking lot. The St. Paul Pioneer Press reports that police did not update his condition Friday, but say he's unable to provide information.

Anyone with information is asked to call (952) 949-6200.

Earlier story: Man shoot self in police parking lot, Eden Prairie woman still missing