Public asked for help in identifying suspects, finding Brisk’s stolen gun
The death of Terry Brisk was deemed a homicide one month to the day after he was found in woods near his home, Nov. 7. There are no suspects in custody, and the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help.
So is Brisk’s wife, Pamela, and their four children.
She spoke in public for the first time during a press conference, Wednesday, calling the last month a “nightmare” and asking for help to bring that nightmare to an end.
“It has been extremely difficult trying to put the pieces together and hold on,” she said.
Pamela described her husband as a very kind person who was liked by everyone he met and always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone.
“He an amazing husband and father who is missed horribly,” she said. “To go home, to go to bed and then to wake up again without him has been extremely hard for both myself and my kids,” she said.
“We don’t understand why this happened and we are begging anyone with information to call and come forward so our family can have closure and start the healing process,” Pamela said.
There is a $20,000 reward being offered for information leading to the person who shot and killed Brisk, 41, in a wooded area near the corner of Hawthorne and Jewel Road, in Belle Prairie Township just east of Little Falls, between 2:26 p.m. and 4:20 p.m.
Anyone who has information is asked to call the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office at (320) 632-9233. Larsen said people may remain anonymous when they call in if they choose.