Strangers Gather to Search for Missing St. Paul Woman
About 30 volunteers helped search for Kira Trevino, a 30-year-old St. Paul woman who has been missing since Feb. 24.
The search ended with no new leads.
Volunteers - many of whom didn't know Trevino - began gathering at noon for the search at a park in Rosemount.
Police believe Trevino was murdered by her husband. Trevino has been missing since Feb. 24.
Her husband Jeffery Trevino, 39, has been charged with two counts of second-degree murder after investigators found blood splatter in the couple's home.
The search was at the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area near Spring Lake, an area where her husband fishes.
The volunteers met at the park's main entrance, 13690 Pine Bend Trail in Rosemount. The search occurred about 16.8 miles - or 21 minutes - from Trevino's St. Paul home.
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