Reality TV star Dog the Bounty Hunter plans to help search for a woman who went missing in Bemidji, Minn.

Dog The Bounty Hunter To Search For Missing Rose Downwind

Dog the Bounty Hunter’s spokesperson has said that he will be heading to Bemidji next week if the missing woman, named Rose Downwind, has yet to be found, reported Valley News Live.

Dog the Bounty Hunter, otherwise known as Duane Chapman, is a friend of Downwind’s grandfather, Dennis Banks, who founded the American Indian Movement. Though Chapman is better known for capturing bail fugitives on A&E series Dog the Bounty Hunter, he’ll be lending his skills to the missing persons search for his friend’s granddaughter.

Chapman currently stars on CMT’s Dog and Beth: On the Hunt, which chronicles the family bounty hunting business.

Downwind has been missing since last week. Family members count the last time she was seen as Oct. 19, when she visited the Bemidji Target store. Her ex-boyfriend, however, claims that she was last seen Oct. 21, leaving a residence on the southeast side of Bemidji.

Downwind, who has brown hair and a fair complexion, is said to be 5-feet, 4-inches tall and roughly 120 pounds. The last time she was seen, she was wearing a blue sweater and black pants. Those with information about the missing person are asked to call the Bemidji Police Department at 218-333-9111.