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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Police had little to go on Sunday in the search for a Utah woman who hasn't been seen for a full week.
Twenty-eight-year-old Susan Powell was reported missing from a Salt Lake City suburb in a case that police call suspicious.
She left behind two children and a husband who says he doesn't know what happened to her.
West Valley City Police Capt. Tom McLachlan says at least eight detectives worked the case Sunday, fielding any tips or leads they can get from the family or friends.
Detectives are appealing for the public's help.
They plan to conduct another interview early this week with husband Josh Powell, who told police he left his wife and took his boys, ages 2 and 4, on a camping trip around midnight Dec. 6 in subfreezing temperatures.
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