Monday, Nov. 9 marks the seventh anniversary of the disappearance of Josh Guimond, a St. John's University student from Maple Lake.
A "Justice for Josh" march was held over the weekend near St. John's. Guimont was last seen at a small card game with friends on the night he vanished. His grandfather, Bob Guimond, said Josh got up and left the room.
"He told a couple of kids there he was going back to his dorm, and some of the other ones just assumed he went to the bathroom. He walked out and that's the last we seen of him. He was gone," Bob Guimond said.
His dorm was only minutes away by foot, but he never returned. He left without his keys, glasses or other personal effects.
Stearns County Sheriff John Sanner said the search for Josh Guimond has been extensive.
"We, of course, organized a search party to start looking through the campus area, and checking with family, friends and that type of thing," he said. "It got so involved that we even had the National Guard involved shortly thereafter and we even had the Trident Foundation out of Colorado come and search the waterways for us out by St. John's University."
The Guimond family suspects foul play and Sanner said the case remains open. The Sheriff said a detective remains assigned to the case, and checks regularly for new leads in Josh Guimond's disappearance.