(CBS) ST. PAUL, Minn. - Kira Trevino, a 30-year-old missing Minnesota woman whose husband is charged in her murder, still has not been found after a tip line has provided investigators with more than 50 leads, CBS Minnesota reports.
Authorities said the tip line, which was established last week for community members to share information, has garnered tips from around the Twin Cities and beyond.
St. Paul Police have followed up on more than 50 leads, including specific areas and even vague tips.
One tip led them to a set of footprints in an unusual area. The tracks ended up belonging to a fox trapper, the station reports.
Police are asking community members to think of any possible places where Kira may be concealed.
Kira Trevino was reported missing on Sunday, Feb. 24 and is believed to be dead based on the amount of blood found in her vehicle and the home she shared with her husband, Jeffery Trevino.
Jeffery, 39, was charged with two counts of second-degree murder in his wife's disappearance after investigators determined enough evidence was gathered to prove a violent crime.
As the investigation continues, police are asking anyone who may have seen her vehicle, a 2006 white, four-door Chevy Cobalt with license plate XCC-572, or anyone that my have seen Jeffery around the time of Kira's disappearance to contact the tip line at 651-560-3277.