They were found near a snowmobile trail in the Northern Highland Forest, east of Sayner. More tests are scheduled throughout the week for a possible cause of death.
Sandra Schinke, 55, is missing from Vilas County, Plum Lake Sayner Wisconsin.
“She always takes her phone That’s why this is so odd. Her phone is here. Her house keys were in the house. Her wallet was in the house, all of her IDs. It doesn’t make any sense,” said Jim her husband.
Jim is a construction electrician and travels for his job frequently. He said he was in North Dakota on business when she vanished. He says they talk every day.
“Every day at 6pm we have a special time when we talk…on Thursday she was not available. She did not answer her phone. I always told her if I couldn’t get a hold of her for two days I was coming home,” said Jim.
When he didn’t hear from Sandra he called the Sheriff’s Department.
Jim described that call saying, “While talking to the Sheriff’s Department, I asked them to come over just to check on her. I told them what vehicle she had. It was in the garage. They knocked on the door and there was no answer.”
The couple have been married for 14 years and he says she’s never left home before and has no history of memory loss or mental health.
Sandra is 5’3″ tall, 160 pounds, with brown shoulder length hair and brown eyes. She wears brown glasses.