Home of missing Plainfield woman searched
May 15, 2007 (WLS) -- The house of a missing mother from Plainfield was searched by police Tuesday. Lisa Stebic, 38, was last seen April 30th.
The Plainfield Police Department issued a search warrant Monday. The search began at midnight Tuesday and lasted approximately four-and-a-half-hours.
"We searched the residence and impounded two vehicles," said Plainfield Police Deputy Chief Mark Eiting.
Police would not discuss whether they recovered any items of interest.
The vehicles, a 2002 Chevrolet pick-up truck and a 2004 four-door Saturn are both registered to Lisa Stebic's husband, Craig.
Lisa Stebic was last seen by her husband in their home 15 days ago. The Stebics are in the process of getting a divorce. ABC7 Chicago is told Craig Stebic and his two children were at home at the time of the search. Police say there are still no persons of interest in the case.
"It's not like her to leave her children," Eiting said.
But he also said there are still no persons of interest in the case.
"We still have no indication of foul play at this point," said Eiting.
ABC7 Chicago is told Craig Stebic and his two children were at home at the time of the search.
Lisa Stebic turned 38 years old Saturday. Police are hopeful and following a number of leads. They are asking anyone with information about the case to please come forward
Stebic's family has offered a $20,000-reward for information leading to her return and has set up a web site, www.FindLisaStebic.com.
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