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    http://www.nbc5.com/family/13249013/...=headlineclick

    PLAINFIELD, Ill. -- Plainfield police are searching for a 37-year-old mother of two who is missing.

    Lisa Stebic, 37, walked out of her suburban home on Monday evening and hasn't been seen since.


    Married for 14 years, Lisa and her husband, Craig, are now going through a divorce.
    Her car remains in the garage, and her cell phone and credit cards haven't been used since Monday.

    Craig Stebic said she would never just walk away from her kids.

    "She's a good mom. I can't imagine her disappearing on her kids like that," he said.

    A hot line has been set up for anyone with information. That number is 815-267-7217.
     
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    Woman's disappearance baffles police
    Mother of two last seen leaving home on foot Monday evening

    May 4, 2007
    By JANET LUNDQUIST the herald news
    PLAINFIELD -- Police are seeking the public's help in searching for a mother of two who seemingly vanished without a trace earlier this week.

    Lisa M. Stebic, 37, of 13244 Red Star Drive was reported missing Tuesday by a neighbor, Deputy Police Chief Mark Eiting said.

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    Lauren Magosey, right, and Rich Christy, both part of the Plainfield Emergency Management Agency team, search through tunnels Thursday in the area around Lisa Stebic's home.
    (Terence Guider-Shaw/Staff photographer)

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    Plainfield police officers John Konopek, front, and Andy Grod, back, on Thursday search through tall grass in Plainfield for any clues in the search of Lisa Stebic.
    (Terence Guider-Shaw/Staff photographer)

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    Missing person reports aren't uncommon, Eiting said. But most missing person cases have leads.

    "This particular one, since we really have no trace of where she went ... we're asking for the help of the community," he said.

    Thursday afternoon officers and Plainfield Emergency Management Agency personnel searched the park across the street from the Stebics' house because Lisa reportedly walked and jogged there.

     
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    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,270106,00.html

    "told FOXNews.com that Craig Stebic voluntarily handed over the family computer to police. Authorities still have it in their possession.

    "We're actively looking at all leads," Eiting said when asked if police are still searching the computer for any clues.

    Craig Stebic said he filed for divorce after 14 years of marriage in January when his wife declared in October that she "didn't want to be married to me anymore," the Tribune reported. Since then, he said, they've lived separate lives in the same house and have not spoken more than five words to each other in five months.

    Police were called to the Stebic house once in December during a domestic dispute, according to the Tribune.

    Eiting told the paper that it was a "nonviolent domestic trouble call, so it was a verbal altercation between Lisa and her husband. No arrests, no battery."

    Eiting confirmed to FOXNews.com that the Stebics were going through a divorce and said Craig Stebic was fully cooperating with the investigation.

    In 1995, Craig Stebic was charged with two felony counts of unlawful use of a weapon after police stopped his vehicle about 1,000 feet south of two Lincolnshire schools at 9 in the morning, according to the Tribune.

    Police found a 10-gauge double-barrel shotgun, a .44 magnum semi-automatic pistol, a Ruger Mini-14 assault rifle and an AK-47 semi-automatic assault rifle in his 1998 Toyota pickup.

    He was also charged with four misdemeanor counts of unlawful use of a weapon, operating an unsafe motor vehicle and driving while his license was revoked, according to the Tribune.
     
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    http://cbs2chicago.com/westsuburbanbureau/local_story_124212449.html

    May 4, 2007 8:17 pm US/Central

    Search For Missing Woman Expands To New Web Site
    Plainfield Mother Last Seen Monday Evening
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    (CBS) PLAINFIELD, Ill. The family of a woman missing for four days is turning to the Internet for help. Lisa Stebic disappeared Monday and a new Web site is set up now to get the word out about her disappearance.

    As CBS 2 West Suburban Bureau Chief Mike Puccinelli reports, Lisa Stebic’s loved ones held a news conference Friday afternoon to try and publicize the Web site, www.FindLisaStebic.com, which they have created in the hopes that it will lead to her safe return.

    The 37-year-old mother of two from Plainfield was last seen Monday night.

    “She left about 6:15 to go workout. Somebody picked her up. I was working out in the backyard,” said her estranged husband Craig Stebic.

    There has been no trace of her since then, despite the fact that more than 20 people spent five hours Thursday searching a three square mile area of the Plainfield subdivision where the family lives.

     
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    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/...hi-newslocalssouthwest-hed&ctrack=2&cset=true

    Police seek clues on missing woman
    Husband says she was last seen Monday

    By Mary Owen and Hal Dardick
    Tribune staff reporters
    Published May 4, 2007
    The husband of a Plainfield woman missing since Monday said he believes an unknown person picked her up at the house.

    Plainfield police are searching for Lisa Stebic, 37, who lives in the 13200 block of Red Star Drive. Her husband, Craig Stebic, 41, said he was working in the back yard and their children, ages 10 and 12, were out buying candy about 6:30 p.m. Monday when his wife left.



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    He said that she went to Plainfield North High School every night to work out, and that he believes someone picked her up. She took only her purse and cell phone, he said.

    Plainfield Deputy Police Chief Mark Eiting said Craig Stebic reported his wife missing at 10 a.m. Tuesday. There is no evidence of foul play, he said.

    "We're not sure exactly what's happened," he said.

    Lisa Stebic's car remains in the garage, and her cell phone and credit cards haven't been used since Monday, Eiting said.

    Eiting said he could not confirm whether anyone saw Lisa Stebic working out at the school or whether she was picked up at her house.

    "It's uncharacteristic of her to leave her children, so that's the reason we are putting this investigation together," Eiting said.


     
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    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/napervillesun/news/371847,4_1_JO05_MISSING_S1.article

    Search continues for Lisa Stebic
    MISSING WOMAN'S FAMILY HOLDS PRESS CONFERENCE; INFORMATION REMAINS LIMITED

    May 5, 2007
    By BRIAN STANLEY Staff Writer
    PLAINFIELD -- Mark Greenberg looked around the missing woman's neighborhood Friday afternoon.

    "It's strange how everything is so normal," the Naperville man said.

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    Mark Greenberg and his wife, Melanie, hold a press conference Friday afternoon in Plainfield outside the home of Mark's cousin Lisa Stebic, who was reported missing earlier this week in Plainfield.
    (MICHAEL R. SCHMIDT/ STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER)

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    As if to underscore his point, a man crossed the yard behind him and stuck a flier for a lawn care company in the front door of 13244 Red Star Drive, the last place Lisa Stebic was reportedly seen Monday.

    Greenberg and his wife, Melanie, met with the media to speak for the family and announce a Web site created to find her.

    "The family is in anguish," said Stebic's cousin Mark Greenberg. "We're very concerned. This isn't like Lisa. She would never leave her children."

    Mark and Melanie held a picture of Lisa as they spoke across the street from the house.

    Stebic, 37, was reported missing by a neighbor to Plainfield police on Tuesday. Stebic's husband, Craig, said he last saw his wife around 6 p.m. Monday when she left the house on foot with her purse and cell phone. The couple, married 14 years with a 12-year-old daughter and 10-year-old son, is divorcing.

    Melanie Greenberg brought www.findlisastebic.com online Thursday night.

     
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    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/373816,4_1_JO07_COPS_S1.article

    Plainfield police: No leads on Lisa Stebic

    May 7, 2007
    PLAINFIELD -- Family members passed out fliers Sunday as Lisa Stebic remained missing.

    Plainfield Police Sgt. Troy Kivisto said there were no new developments in the case.

    Stebic, 37, 5 feet 2 inches, 125 pounds, was reported missing Tuesday. She was last seen at her Plainfield home Monday afternoon.


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    Leonetta Rizzi (center) of Genoa, a family friend of missing Plainfield mom Lisa Stebic, assigns areas for volunteers, some of whom wear T-shirts with Lisa'a photo, to search and distribute fliers. Family, friends, hundreds of volunteers and the Plainfield Police Department gathered at Walker's Grove Elementary School in Plainfield on Sunday afternnoon, a staging point for a support project in the search for Lisa Stebic.
    robyn sheldon/special to the herald news
    Anyone with information is asked to call Plainfield police at (815) 267-7217.

    Barn fire

    A Minooka barn was destroyed by fire Sunday evening.
    The one-and-a-half story structure, 11075 Grove Road, caught fire around 9 p.m. Minooka fire department responded. No other information was available at press time.


    In other police news:


    • Zachary E. Connor , 18, of 105 Twin Oaks Drive in Joliet was arrested by Joliet police and booked into the county jail Sunday on a charge of burglary.

    • Joseph J. Zwahlen , 19, of 419 N. Outer Drive in Wilmington was arrested by Wilmington police and booked into the county jail Sunday on charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.


    • Maria C. Ortiz , 32, of 313 Park Road in Joliet was arrested by Will County Sheriff's police and booked into the county jail Sunday on charges of speeding, seat belt violation, transportation of alcohol and two counts of DUI.

     
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    Stebic search goes national

    May 8, 2007
    By JANET LUNDQUIST Staff Writer
    PLAINFIELD -- The search for a local mother of two is getting national attention, as family members and friends mark one week since Lisa Stebic was last seen.

    Fox News Channel and CBS's national morning show have asked to interview Stebic's family about Lisa, who was reported missing May 1 by a neighbor.

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    Melanie Greenberg of Naperville, who is married to Stebic's cousin, has served as the family's spokeswoman. Greenberg on Friday started a Web site, www.findlisastebic.com, which received more than 12,000 hits by Monday afternoon.

    "I couldn't sleep last night. I just kept thinking, today is Monday. It's been a week today that anybody has heard from Lisa," Greenberg said as she waited for a ride to the Fox News studio in Chicago. "It's just a complete mystery."

    More than 100 people came out Sunday afternoon to distribute fliers with Lisa's information and search the area for any trace of the 37-year-old, who was last seen about 6 p.m. April 30 at her home, 13244 Red Star Drive.

    No one saw Lisa, described as 5-foot-2 inches and 125 pounds, leave her house that day, police said. She often worked out at Plainfield North High School's fitness center, but she did not work out there April 30, police said.

    Her car is still at home. There has been no activity
     
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    Family of missing woman offering $20,000 rewardSearch continues for Plainfield woman
    By Hosea Sanders
    May 8, 2007 - Lisa Stebic has been missing for more than a week, and her family is getting desperate. They've been putting out fliers, combing the area, pleading for help, but so far, there's still no sign of the 37-year-old mother of two.

    Tuesday, her sisters announced a $20,000-reward for information reacted to word that her crumbing marriage may have been far worse than they imagined.
    "We had exceptionally positive conversations. Lisa was getting her life together. She was moving on through this divorce," said Debbie Ruttenberg, the missing woman's sister.

    Lisa Stebic's sisters tried to hold back the tears as they talked about emerging reports that her sister may have been in fear before she disappeared. Published reports say the Plainfield mother sought help from agency that helps battered women.

    On April 30, Stebic was reported missing by her husband Craig. They were in the midst of a divorce, and now he has refused to take a polygraph test sought by police investigators.

    "We would encourage Craig to cooperate fully with the police, and if they have any further questions, we hope he would change his mind and give them any information they need to bring Lisa home safe to us, " said Melanie Greenberg, Stebic's cousin.

    While being careful not to point fingers, Lisa's family members say they are surprised that her husband is not talking anymore, since he had pledged to cooperate fully with the police.

    "We hope if there is something else that he knows, that he would provide that information," said Mark Greenberg, Stebic's cousin.

    Meanwhile, Stebic's sisters are begging for the public's help in finding the young mother. They say her children, ages 10 and 12, are now completely distraught.

    "Of course the family does not rush to think the worst. But, it's hard to be optimistic after a week with no news. We're hoping someone will come forward with information for the Plainfield Police," said Melanie Greenberg. .

    The missing woman's husband, Craig Stebic, made no comment Tuesday.

    Lisa's family says anyone with information should contact the Plainfield Police Department or the Web site they've set up: www.findlisastebic.com.

    So far, the Web site has had 15, 000 hits, but no luck with finding the missing woman. That's why, the family is offering a $20,000-reward now.
     
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    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/napervillesun/news/374981,6_1_NA08_MISSING_S1.article

    'She feared her husband'
    Missing woman in midst of divorce; husband is not a suspect - at this time

    May 8, 2007
    By Paige Winfield Staff Writer
    A darker picture emerged Monday in the case of a missing Plainfield woman in the midst of a divorce.

    Several friends of Lisa Stebic say she was frightened by her husband, Craig, and was attending counseling at the Guardian Angel Home of Joliet - an agency that provides services to battered women.

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    Several friends of Lisa Stebic, who lived in Plainfield, recalled her saying she was frightened by her husband, whom she was divorcing and was receiving counseling from a battered women's agency.

    (Terence Guider-Shaw / Staff photographer)

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    A volunteer holds a flier with a picture of Lisa Stebic, the Plainfield woman missing since April 30.
    (Robyn Sheldon / Special to The Sun)

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    "I don't know how many times I heard her say she feared her husband," said Amer Zegar, who, along with his wife, hosted Lisa and her two children at his home several times since January.

    Craig Stebic says the last time he saw his wife was around 6 p.m. April 30 when she left the house with her purse and cell phone. It was not unusual for Lisa to spend her evenings working out at Plainfield North High School.

    After she didn't return that night, a neighbor reported her missing the next morning.

    Lisa worked at Lincoln Elementary School in Plainfield. Craig Stebic works as a mechanic. He has not been to work since Lisa was reported missing.

    "I don't know where or what or who she's with - I don't know what to think," Craig Stebic said.

    Lisa, 37, was in the thick of a troubled relationship with Craig Stebic, who had filed for divorce in January. Friends say she would sleep on the living room sofa, where she kept a purse with her personal belongings constantly by her side.

    She found ways to
     
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    THE SEARCH FOR STEBIC
    POLICE SAY MISSING PLAINFIELD WOMAN'S HUSBAND IS COOPERATING IN ...

    May 9, 2007
    By JANET LUNDQUIST Staff Writer
    PLAINFIELD -- Craig Stebic, whose wife Lisa Stebic has made national headlines since she was reported missing May 1, said he is doing everything he can to cooperate with police investigating her disappearance.

    No one has seen Lisa, described as 5-foot-2 and 125 pounds, since she left her house with her purse and cell phone about 6 p.m. April 30.

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    Police this morning said investigators took the vehicles of Lisa Stebic (left) and her husband, Craig (right), along with some items from their Plainfield home. Police say Lisa's disappearance may not have been voluntary.

    (STNG file photos)

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    Her car is still at home. There has been no activity on her cell phone or credit cards since April 30. Police said Tuesday there is still no sign of foul play, no suspects in her disappearance and no leads on her whereabouts.

    The couple are divorcing and have rarely spoken in the last six months, Stebic said. Lisa often went out at night but always returned by 10 or 11 p.m.

    Television news vans were parked along the street Tuesday afternoon outside Stebic's home on Red Star Drive.

    Inside, Craig Stebic, a pipefitter who has not been to work since his wife's disappearance, had a pile of media business cards lined up on his desk, along with a missing person flier with Lisa's picture on it. He didn't answer knocks on the door or telephone calls.

     
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    http://cbs2chicago.com/topstories/local_story_129183406.html

    May 9, 2007 10:14 pm US/Central

    Vigil Held For Missing Plainfield Woman
    Meanwhile, Woman's Husband Temporarily Seeking Sole Custody Of Children Who Already Live With Him
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    (CBS) PLAINFIELD, Ill. Family, friends and co-workers held a vigil Wednesday evening for a missing mother from Plainfield. Meantime, the woman's husband took a drastic step to try to keep custody of their children.

    As CBS 2’s Rob Johnson reports, Lisa Stebic was first reported missing nine days ago, but loved ones have not given up hope of finding her.

    It was an emotional walk for Craig Stebic, Lisa’s estranged husband, and the couple’s 12- and 10-year-old children as he joined other family and friends in a nearby park to pray for Lisa’s safe return.

    “We always knew how much Lisa was loved, but to see it here like this today, it really means a lot,” said Lisa Stebic’s cousin, Melanie Greenberg.

    As CBS 2 West Suburban Bureau Chief Mike Puccinelli reports, they were uniting in a public show of support just as Stebic's husband took legal action against her.

     
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    Transcript from segment tonight:
    Very quickly, we are going to Chicago. A young mom disappears. Take a listen.

    (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

    UNIDENTIFIED MALE: This is Plainfield`s first missing persons case in more than a decade. The state police and FBI are assisting in the search. Right now there`s little to go on. Her car was left at home, and Stebic`s estranged husband, who still lived with her, told police that Lisa allegedly left around 6:00 Monday night to go to the high school fitness center.

    UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It was Monday. She left home here, supposedly to go work out. And as far as I know, somebody picked her up, and, come Tuesday morning to go to work, she wasn`t here. And none of her friends have seen her.

    (END VIDEO CLIP)

    GRACE: Joining us tonight in the mystery surrounding the missing mom, Michele Fiore with WBBM News Radio 780. What happened?

    MICHELE FIORE, REPORTER, WBBM: Well, the latest information I have for you, Nancy, is that I did speak to Plainfield police this afternoon, and they tell me that tips are now coming into their department. And that is significant, because over the weekend, when I first met with the deputy police chief, he told me they had nothing at that point. They were desperate for leads. And now they`re finally coming into the station. He says any lead, even saying one that may seem insignificant to people, can be just the tip that they`re looking for, and that can help bring Lisa Stebic home to her family.

    GRACE: Jean, what were the circumstances of her disappearance?

    JEAN CASAREZ, COURT TV: Well, it was April 30th was the last time that she was seen. And she works at a school cafeteria, so she reported for work that day. They saw her. Her husband is the last one that says he saw her late in the afternoon on April 30th.

    He said that she normally would leave in the evening to go do exercise. She`d come back 10:30 or 11:00. She was never seen again. Her children, though, her two children have the same story that the father has, that the last time that they saw their mother was late that afternoon.

    GRACE: So to you, Michele Fiore, with 780 WBBM News Radio, both children who were allegedly out buying some candy, the father says he was working in the yard when she went jogging, or to work out, they back up the dad`s claim he saw her at 6:00 p.m.?

    FIORE: We have not spoken with the children at this point.

    GRACE: I`m sorry, I couldn`t hear you. Repeat?

    FIORE: We have not spoken with the children at this point.

    GRACE: What can you tell me about the husband refusing a polygraph, Michele Fiore?

    FIORE: You know what? Craig Stebic declined to take a polygraph test that was offered to him by the Plainfield Police Department. It was on the advice of his attorney, who is also his divorce attorney in the proceedings that he filed against Lisa Stebic this past January. Police tell us that, besides Craig, other family members and acquaintances of Lisa have also been offered a polygraph test. They would not tell me exactly how many have taken it or if any have taken it at this point.

    GRACE: And very quickly, Jean Casarez, is there a reward?

    CASAREZ: There is. Her family and friends, $20,000. I think the unusual thing about this case, Nancy, her cell phone, her credit cards, they haven`t been used since that April 30th date.
     
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    Very quickly, we are going to Chicago. A young mom disappears. Take a listen.

    (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

    UNIDENTIFIED MALE: This is Plainfield`s first missing persons case in more than a decade. The state police and FBI are assisting in the search. Right now there`s little to go on. Her car was left at home, and Stebic`s estranged husband, who still lived with her, told police that Lisa allegedly left around 6:00 Monday night to go to the high school fitness center.

    UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It was Monday. She left home here, supposedly to go work out. And as far as I know, somebody picked her up, and, come Tuesday morning to go to work, she wasn`t here. And none of her friends have seen her.

    (END VIDEO CLIP)

    GRACE: Joining us tonight in the mystery surrounding the missing mom, Michele Fiore with WBBM News Radio 780. What happened?

    MICHELE FIORE, REPORTER, WBBM: Well, the latest information I have for you, Nancy, is that I did speak to Plainfield police this afternoon, and they tell me that tips are now coming into their department. And that is significant, because over the weekend, when I first met with the deputy police chief, he told me they had nothing at that point. They were desperate for leads. And now they`re finally coming into the station. He says any lead, even saying one that may seem insignificant to people, can be just the tip that they`re looking for, and that can help bring Lisa Stebic home to her family.

    GRACE: Jean, what were the circumstances of her disappearance?

    JEAN CASAREZ, COURT TV: Well, it was April 30th was the last time that she was seen. And she works at a school cafeteria, so she reported for work that day. They saw her. Her husband is the last one that says he saw her late in the afternoon on April 30th.

    He said that she normally would leave in the evening to go do exercise. She`d come back 10:30 or 11:00. She was never seen again. Her children, though, her two children have the same story that the father has, that the last time that they saw their mother was late that afternoon.

    GRACE: So to you, Michele Fiore, with 780 WBBM News Radio, both children who were allegedly out buying some candy, the father says he was working in the yard when she went jogging, or to work out, they back up the dad`s claim he saw her at 6:00 p.m.?

    FIORE: We have not spoken with the children at this point.

    GRACE: I`m sorry, I couldn`t hear you. Repeat?

    FIORE: We have not spoken with the children at this point.

    GRACE: What can you tell me about the husband refusing a polygraph, Michele Fiore?

    FIORE: You know what? Craig Stebic declined to take a polygraph test that was offered to him by the Plainfield Police Department. It was on the advice of his attorney, who is also his divorce attorney in the proceedings that he filed against Lisa Stebic this past January. Police tell us that, besides Craig, other family members and acquaintances of Lisa have also been offered a polygraph test. They would not tell me exactly how many have taken it or if any have taken it at this point.

    GRACE: And very quickly, Jean Casarez, is there a reward?

    CASAREZ: There is. Her family and friends, $20,000. I think the unusual thing about this case, Nancy, her cell phone, her credit cards, they haven`t been used since that April 30th date.

     
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    http://www.nbc5.com/news/13290057/detail.html

    Family, Friends Gather To Remember Missing Woman

    Family Meets With Police, Husband

    POSTED: 6:39 pm CDT May 9, 2007
    UPDATED: 11:09 pm CDT May 9, 2007

    CHICAGO ~snipped~ Approximately 100 family and friends attended the vigil, bringing tokens of remembrance for Stebic, NBC5's Amy Jacobson reported.

    Jacobson also reported that Stebic's family met with both the Plainfield police and the FBI. The family then went to Stebic's home, where they met with her husband Craig and the couple's two children.

    ~snip~

    Joe Stebic, Craig's father, said his son has told him that he had nothing to do with the disappearance.

    "That's what he told me, I asked him yesterday," Stebic said. "I have to believe him -- he's my son."

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    Search Intensifies As Vigil Honors Missing Woman
    Family Meets With Police, FBI, Husband

    POSTED: 6:39 pm CDT May 9, 2007
    UPDATED: 10:20 am CDT May 10, 2007

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    CHICAGO -- A vigil was held on Wednesday for a missing Plainfield woman.

    Lisa Stebic, 37, disappeared on Monday from her home. Police said neither her cell phone nor her credit cards have been used.

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    "We're very, very concerned about Lisa's whereabouts," said one of Lisa Stebic's sisters, Debie Ruttenberg. "We miss her, we're longing for her, we're in a desperate situation."

    Approximately 100 family and friends -- including Stebic's husband and children -- attended the vigil, bringing tokens of remembrance for Stebic, NBC5's Amy Jacobson reported
     
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    The search for Stebic: "Our hearts are broken'

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    Lisa Stebic's sister Jamie Bouma (from front left), cousin Mark Greenberg, sister Debbie Ruttenberg, daughter Alexis Stebic, husband Craig Stebic and son Zac Stebic comfort one another during a vigil for the missing Plainfield woman Wednesday evening near the Stebics' home. MICHAEL R. SCHMIDT/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERThe search for Stebic: "Our hearts are broken'
    More than a week after Lisa Stebic was reported missing, friends, family and well-wishers gathered at a park near her house Wednesday evening to hold a vigil for her safe return. "Our hearts are broken. It's tearing up every one of us," said Lisa's sister, Debbie Ruttenberg. Stebic, 37, has been missing from her Plainfield home since April 30.
     

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