June 20, 2007
Stebic, 38, has been missing since April 30. She was last seen at her Plainfield home about 6 p.m. that day. Her cell phone and credit cards have not been used since.
Deputy Police Chief Mark Eiting said Tuesday there were no new leads or suspects in the investigation into her disappearance.
The department also paid $20.41 to Yahoo to access Internet postings looking for workout partners that Lisa Stebic possibly made on an exercise Web site before she disappeared. Nothing significant was found, Eiting said.
Area residents and businesses continue working to keep Stebic’s case in the public eye.
Jimmy John’s restaurant in Plainfield will host a fund-raiser Sunday for the Lisa Stebic and Children’s Fund, a reward fund set up at First National Bank in Plainfield.
The reward for information on Stebic’s disappearance was started with $50,000 from Stebic’s family. About $3,000 has been added through donations from the public. If the reward is never claimed, it will become a college fund for the Stebics’ two children.
Anyone with information on Stebic’s disappearance is asked to call the Plainfield Police Department at (815) 267-7217 or Will County Crime Stoppers at (800) 323-6734.
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