A woman was reported missing out of Winter Springs over the weekend, and her estranged husband has been named a person of interest, according to the police department.
WINTER SPRINGS, Fla. – A woman was reported missing out of Winter Springs over the weekend, according to the police department.
Police said Shakeira Yvonne Rucker was last seen leaving her home in Winter Springs on Nov. 11 around 7:30 p.m.
In a release, investigators said that Rucker’s family believes she left with her estranged husband — identified as Cory Hill — to an unknown destination.
Search continues for Winter Springs mother of 4, last seen with estranged husband accused of attempted murder
The search is still on for a Winter Springs woman who has not been seen since Saturday
Rucker's estranged husband, Cory Hill, was in front of an Orange County Judge in the jail courtroom, accused of four counts of attempted murder.
Deputies accused him of open firing on a different woman and her family, just after 10 a.m. Sunday, on Holly Creek Road. Nobody was hurt and deputies explicitly said that incident did not involve Rucker.
"He was the last one with her, and we haven't seen her or been in touch with her since yesterday morning around 6 or 7," Rucker's family told police.