Dozens Attend Wisconsin Vigil for Missing Minnesota Woman
ST. PAUL (AP) — Dozens attended a Wisconsin vigil for a missing Minnesota woman.
Friends and other community members gathered at Bethany Baptist Church just outside Wausau, Wis. Friday to support 30-year old Kira Trevino and her family.
Her husband Jeffery Dale Trevino is charged with two counts of second-degree murder after investigators found "copious" amounts of blood in the couple's home.
Bethany Baptist provided the space since the family church New Day Christian Church was unable to host everyone. Also, Kira Trevino is from the Wausau area.
Kira Trevino's sister Keri Anne Steger thanked everyone for coming and asked people to pray that her sister is found.
St. Paul police says they've received good leads from a tip line set up to find Trevino but no breakthroughs.
No breakthroughs yet in missing Minn. woman case
St. Paul police say the department has received more than a dozen leads from a tip line set up to help find the missing Minnesota woman.
Department spokesman Howie Padilla said Saturday they haven't yet had any breakthroughs on the location of 30-year-old Kira Trevino, who is believed to be dead.
Her husband Jeffery Dale Trevino was charged Thursday with two counts of second-degree murder after investigators found "copious" amounts of blood in the couple's home. She was last seen Feb. 21 leaving work at the Mall of America.
Police are asking anyone who saw anything between 9 p.m. on Feb. 21 and 10 a.m. the next day within a 100-mile radius of the Twin Cities to call authorities.
The tip line is (651) 560-3277 and accepts text messages.