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Sayner Woman Went Missing One Year AgoSubmitted: 04/06/2013
Story By Lyndsey Stemm

Sayner Woman Went Missing One Year Ago
SAYNER - This weekend marks one year since a Northwoods women went missing from her home in Sayner.

Fifty five-year-old Sandra Schinke disappeared a year ago, and family members say they're no closer to finding out what happened to her than they were back then.

Sandra was last seen April 5th 2012, walking along County Highway N about 2 miles east of Sayner. Her husband came home from a business trip to find her gone and called police. Sandra's wallet, keys and cell phone were still in her home.

Rescue teams from around the state assisted the Vilas County Sheriff's Department. And teams from Michigan and Minnesota also helped with the search.

Family members say they still miss her terribly. They urge anyone with information to contact the Vilas County Sheriff's Department at 715-479-4441



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