MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Search warrants provide new details of the investigation into the disappearance of 27-year-old Kelly Dwyer last October.
While police have publicly called it a missing person case, WISN-TV reports that investigators said in the newly unsealed warrants they were looking for evidence of homicide and hiding a corpse.
Dwyer was last seen with her boyfriend, Kris Zocco, Oct. 10. He is not charged in her disappearance, but was charged with drugs and child pornography possession after police searched his apartment. He's free on bail.
The warrants say a cadaver dog hit on Dwyer's scent in five locations in Zocco's apartment building, including at a trash chute, a first-floor trash room, and near a trash bin.
Police searched a suburban Milwaukee landfill in October but haven't said what they found.
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