Kristal Reisigner missing from Colorado since 2016

Missing Colorado Kristal Reisigner

Kristal Reisigner, 29, has been missing from Crestone, Colorado since July 13, 2016.  She was last seen at her home.  Sagauache Sheriff’s Office stated that Kristal’s landlord, Ara McDonald was one of the last people to see Kristal.  She told the sheriff that when she went to collect the rent that Kristal was upset.  According to KDVR, Kristal told McDonald that she had been “given a cocktail of drugs the night before at a drum circle ceremony and she thought she had been sexually assaulted”.

The family was aware that Kristal had attended some “drum circle” ceremony’s in the past that are held on the outskirts of town, reports the Center Post Dispatch.

Kristal’s phone was found in her apartment and her medication was in her apartment.  Sheriff’s sources said the last person to have called Kristal Reisinger is a local man.  The man is known to have a felony criminal history of assaulting and drugging a victim.

Saguache County Sheriff’s Office has transformed its investigation from that of a missing person to a case of suspected foul play.

Friends and family of Kristal’s are offering up to $20,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person or persons responsible for her disappearance.

Those with any information on Kristal Reisinger’s disappearance can call 719-655-2544.

Read more about Kristal here.

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