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Monica Bercier-Wickre

A woman leaves a bar with two people and is never seen alive again

  • Last updated: June 14, 2022
  • Aberdeen, SD
  • April 7, 1993

Overview of Monica Bercier-Wickre

Monica L. Bercier Wickre was born in 1950 and grew up on the Turtle Mountain Reservation in Belcourt, ND. On April 7, 1993 she went missing in Aberdeen, SD where she lived. She was at the bar called The Body Shop having drinks with friends. Since she was dropped off that evening, she caught a ride after the bar closed. She got in a car with two people she knew and one person she did not know. She was later found in the James River outside of Aberdeen, SD on June 16, 1993. Her case has never been solved and we know someone out there has information that may lead to an arrest. Please help us in finding closure. You can contact us or call the Brown County Sheriff's Dept at 605-626-7100. #MMIWUSA #ColdCase #MurderedMissing #UnsolvedMurder

Source: Justice For Monica


  1. Date of Death:April 7, 1993
  2. Birthday:August 13, 1950
  3. Age at Incident:42
  4. Race:Native American / Indigenous
  5. Gender:Female

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The Body Shop

Aberdeen, SD

This is the bar that Monica was last seen at. It has since closed. The Body Shop was a bar that was connected to a strip club called "The Pirate's Cove." The building was notable for the pirate statue standing on a boat connected to an exterior wall as well as the front end of a 1957 Chevrolet sticking out of the side of the building.


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