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The disappearance of a Wisconsin woman who went missing last year is now being investigated as a homicide, police said Friday.

According to Fox 6, Sandra Eckert, 70, was last seen at her home in Franklin, Wisconsin on March 26, 2021, after an argument with her husband.

Franklin police confirmed on Friday that a search warrant had been executed at the Waukesha home on June 7, 2022, in connection with a first-degree murder and concealment case.

One man was arrested at the residence, but was later released, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. No one was arrested for Eckert’s murder.

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Police said there were two people with vested interests in the case, both of whom she knew.

Eckert’s Gray 2005 Dodge Stratus is still missing. Muskego police spotted the car at 3 a.m. on March 27, 2021, however, the woman was not reported missing at the time.

Franklin Police Sergeant. Jeremy Fadness said in April that police seized electronic equipment and “additional evidence” from Eckert’s home last year through a search warrant, which remains sealed under a court order “to protect the integrity of the investigation.”

According to Fox 6, police said last year that Eckert’s known cellphone, social media accounts and bank accounts have all been inactive since her disappearance was reported.

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Eckert's Gray 2005 Dodge Stratus has also been reported missing.

Eckert’s Gray 2005 Dodge Stratus has also been reported missing.
(Franklin Police Department)

Eckert’s children told the Journal Sentinel in April that they believed their father could be responsible for their mother’s disappearance.

Wes Eckert Jr. said he and his sister, Kelsey Eckert, were suspicious of his father because he “did not help in any way.”

But Wes Eckert Sr. said he had nothing to do with his wife’s disappearance.

“Some of my kids think I did something,” he said. “I didn’t, and I didn’t hire anyone to do anything.”

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Franklin police confirmed on Friday that a search warrant had been executed at the Waukesha home on June 7, 2022, in connection with a first-degree murder and concealment case.

Franklin police confirmed on Friday that a search warrant had been executed at the Waukesha home on June 7, 2022, in connection with a first-degree murder and concealment case.
(Franklin Police Department)

Eckert Sr. said he believes his children are to blame for the argument he and his wife had the night before they went missing.

He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.

“It’s basically the last time I’ve seen her,” Eckert Sr. said.

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According to Wes Eckert Sr., Sandra Eckert took several thousand dollars in cash from home when she left home, his wife’s death could be linked to money and the wrong game.

The Eckert family is offering a reward of up to 50,000 for a tip that is convincing.