On March 10, 2013, searchers conducted an exhaustive search of a St. Paul, Minn. park in an effort to find the body of missing woman Kira Trevino, according to Twin Cities. Although there has been no sign of her since her disappearance, police have announced they believe she is dead due to the large amount of blood found in both her car and her home.
Lilydale Park was searched Sunday, just one day after authorities scoured Lower Spring Lake Reserve in Rosemount trying to find any evidence that may lead them to Kira, 30.
Her husband, Jeffery Trevino, 39, has been charged with her murder.
Kira was last seen on the night of Feb. 21 leaving work at the Mall of America.
Fox News reported that the criminal complaint against Kira’s husband says a surveillance camera at a gas station near the couple’s home caught a man pumping gas into Kira’s car at about 2 a.m. on Feb. 22. The man then drove the vehicle toward Interstate 35E instead of taking a direct route back to the couple's home. The footage is too grainy to clearly identify the man in the video.
At 9:45 a.m. that morning, a security camera shows Kira’s car enter the parking lot at the Mall of America. The image is not clear enough to identify the driver, but shows someone at the back of the vehicle throw something, leave the car, and then get into a taxi cab. According to Fox, the cab had GPS and dropped the individual off near Kira’s house.
Authorities are urging anyone with information regarding Kira Trevino’s case to call the tip line at 651-560-3277.