Crow Reservation says goodbye to young couple
More than 500 people attended the funeral of Teddy Little Light and Juliet Toinetta-Little Light, a young couple from the Crow Tribe of Montana.

The couple, along with their 3-month-old son, Wyatt, went missing last December. The remains of Teddy, 30, and Juliet, 25, were found last week but the whereabouts of Wyatt remain unknown.

Relatives don't know why the couple was in a remote area of the reservation when they went missing. Chairman Cedric Black Eagle, who helped raise Juliet, said his family will try to find out the truth.

'For this, we will honor their memories by finding answers to these questions," Black Eagle said at the funeral, The Billings Gazette reported.

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More than 500 at Mass say goodbye to couple (The Billings Gazette 5/17)

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