No Sign of Kira Trevino in Thursday's Search
Police are not giving up hope of finding the body of Kira Trevino, despite another search that came up empty.
St. Paul Police followed up on a tip Thursday.
Police were searching the Mississippi River for Kira Trevino's body. She has been missing since February.
Her husband, Jeffrey Trevino, is charged with second degree murder. He says he's not guilty.
Sgt. Paul Paulos with St. Paul Police said officials were near the Wakota Bridge between South St. Paul and Newport.
A crew searched the water, not the banks.
Randy Gustafson with the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office said Ramsey County and Dakota County water patrol assisted St. Paul in conducting the search.
Meanwhile, Jeffrey Trevino's trial is scheduled for late May.
Watch the video above for previous coverage on the search for Kira Trevino.
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- Jeffery Trevino Sentenced to 27 Years, Kira Steger’s Family Wanted More
- Friends, Family Say Goodbye to Kira Steger
- Kira Steger's Family Plans to Lay Her to Rest
- Court Asked to Toss Jeffery Trevino's Murder Conviction
- INTERVIEW: Defense Attorney Weighs in on Trevino Trial
- NEWS CONFERENCE: Steger Family Speaks Following Verdict in Jeffery Trevino Murder Trial
- Kira Steger's Father: Justice Has Been Done
- Testimony: Trevino Concerned About Missing Wife's 'Stuff'
- Judge: Closing Arguments Expected Tuesday in Jeffery Trevino Murder Trial