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Stephanie Low's father searches for his little girl


by Brittany Earl

WAUSAU(WAOW)--Stephanie Low went missing Sunday night and while the police investigation continues, her father feels he needs to do something so he can sleep at night.

That's why Wednesday afternoon he went to the boat dock at D.C. Everest park and hit the water in search of his daughter preparing for the worst.

George Low, Stephanie Low's Father says, "I figured bad news always ends up on the river."

 Low says it's not in his daughter nature to take off and he feels what's even more scary is the way they last spoke to her. "It was just the way the call ended, she got frantic and the call abruptly ended."

 Low says he combed the shore line yesterday but felt he had to do more so he didn't go insane. "I don't want to be the one who loses his mind after this is done. I'm kind of preparing myself for just about anything."

Low says his worst fear is he will never find his little girl but he continues to stay positive because he has to, he says that's all he can do. "I don't want to find my daughter out here, but I'll continue to look until she's found, I won't stop searching till she's found."

Online Reporter: Brittany Earl

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