Police search landfill for missing Wisconsin mother

Plover Police Dept.

Krista Sypher, 44, has been missing from Plover, Wisconsin since March, 2017.  Krista who is an educational assistant with the Stevens Point School District went missing from her home on Hoffman Dr. on March 12, and her husband reported her missing on March 20.

The Plover Police are now searching the Cranberry Creek Landfill in Wisconsin Rapids since Monday for anything related to her disappearance.    The police obtained search warrants, including one for Sypher’s home.   Krista’s husband and two children moved out shortly after the search.  Police Chief Ault and Plover Police are doing an outstanding job searching for Krista.  Ault told USA Today that he didn’t know if Sypher had left her home voluntarily or if something else happened to her.

Krista is 5’3″ tall and weighs about 160lbs with blonde hair and green eyes. Authorities said she could be using her maiden name of Kellerman or her former married name of Lorbecki. She has a breast cancer symbol tattoo on her inner left arm and three footprints of her left leg with her kids names under them.

Anyone with information should contact Det. Mike Tracy or Det. Brian Noel (715) 345-5255.

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