Body Of Missing Wausau Woman Found In National Forest
WISCONSINREPORT.COM (09/23/2014) [CRIME] – Wausau, Wisconsin area law enforcement authorities say they have located the body of Stephanie Low. Wausau Police Chief Jeff Hardel says the woman was missing since Oct. 10, 2010. Low’s body was found in a shallow grave in the national forest near Wabeno, in Forest County, WI.
Police say a person of interest allegedly told people that he strangled and stabbed her, October 10th of 2010.
Police say, during their investigation of Low’s disappearance, they discovered the scene at Low’s apartment was suspicious. There was bedding missing, blood droplets and the smell of bleach.
A male witness said he helped remove Low’s body from her apartment and watched as the alleged suspect buried Low on National Forest property in Forest County, near Wabeno, Wisconsin.
Police had searched over a dozen times times near Wabeno. The searches included, by ground, air, excavating and K-9 searches. However, they did not find Low’s remains until the person of interest led them to the grave site, September 19, 2014, after Wausau detectives presented him with their findings in their investigation of the case.
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