Family searches for missing New Prague woman

The family of a New Prague woman seeks help in locating her after she leaves home and never returned.

Jeffrey Jewison of rural New Prague contacted Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Office Brett Mason on Friday, November 12, 2021 around approx. 5:23 p.m., to report that his wife, Pamela Jewison, 50, was missing.

Jeffrey told the sheriff’s office his wife had not shown up for work and her whereabouts were unknown. After family and MPs were unable to contact Pamela, she was signed / listed as a missing person.

According to Mason, MPs examined the Jewison home security system and observed Pamela leaving the residence on Friday morning, driving her silver-colored 2015 GMC Yukon Denali with the HJH 240 license plate.

Mason said the Jewison family have made contact with all family and friends, and none of them have seen or spoken to her since last week.

“It is not known where she is and the family is expressing concerns for her well-being,” Mason said in a press release Tuesday.

On Monday, November 15, 2021, deputies from the Sheriff’s Office were contacted by the Post Falls, Idaho Police Department, who reported that the city’s automated license plate reader system on the Interstate 90 had collected Pamela’s vehicle license plate number. They noted that he was traveling west.

Jewison is described as five feet three inches tall, weighing 150 pounds with brown hair and green eyes. In a social media post, her daughter said Jewison left without her cell phone.

“Law enforcement in this area will continue to try to locate Jewison and / or his vehicle,” Mason said. “The Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Office will continue to investigate this matter.”

Anyone who sees Jewison’s vehicle or has information about his whereabouts is urged to contact the Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Office at 507-357-4440.

Berta D. Wells