ST. PAUL (WCCO) — Though police still haven’t located the 30-year-old’s remains, a tipline created to help find Kira Trevino has given investigators more than 50 leads.
Authorities said the tipline, which was established last week for community members to share information, has garnered tips from around the Twin Cities and beyond.
St. Paul Police have followed up on more than 50 leads, including specific areas and even vague tips.
One tip led them to a set of footprints in an unusual area. The tracks ended up belonging to a fox trapper.
Police are asking community members to think of any possibilities of where Kira might be concealed — looking for anything suspicious near nature centers, parks, wooded areas, ponds, industrial dumpsters, construction sites or low lying areas.
Kira Trevino was reported missing on Sunday, Feb. 24 and is believed to be dead based on the amount of blood found in her home and vehicle.
Her husband, Jeffrey Trevino, 39, has been charged with two counts of second-degree murder in her disappearance, after investigators found evidence of a violent crime.
Police continue to search for information in this case. They ask anyone who might have seen her vehicle (a 2006 white, four-door Chevy Cobalt with license plate XCC-572) or anyone that may have seen Jeffrey Trevino between that Thursday or Friday to contact the tipline.
The tipline, 651-560-3277, was established on Friday, March 1 and continues to be staffed by investigators whenever possible.