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Kristopher Torgerson, 32, is currently being held in the Marathon County Jail on an unrelated matter. But police say he has been named a person of interest in the disappearance of Stephanie Low.
Wabeno authorities say a massive search was conducted Saturday in the Town of Carter in connection with the Stephanie Low case.
Police confirm the man murdered Friday was connected to Stephanie Low. 22-year-old Artaze Williams was shot and killed in Milwaukee. Wausau police tell us at one point Williams had been questioned in connection with Low's disappearance.
Stephanie Low's family members prepared to let balloons loose into the sky on Monday night, hoping to breathe new life into Stephanie's case. It's one police said their investigators work on every day.
A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the return of Stephanie Low.
The mother of missing Wausau woman, Stephanie Low, does not want her boyfriend's recent drug conviction to overshadow the fact that she hasn't been found.
Police searched Low's apartment that she shared with her 30-year-old boyfriend Eric Maholmes looking for evidence of Low's whereabouts. Inside the apartment, officers found approximately 28 grams of crack cocaine inside a safe, baggies and a digital scale.
With young women like Kayla Berg and Stephanie Low still missing, a Wausau beauty school ramps up efforts to raise money.
Lisa Knopshinsky, Stephanie's Aunt, wishes someone would come forward, "There has got to be someone out there that knows something, and they are not talking for some reason. If you could live our lives right now and see what my sister is going through."
"My life can't move on, I can't do anything till I find her. I'm at a stand still until she comes home," said Blake.
Stephanie's father said he needs closure, he says as everyday passes the idea of his daughter coming home alive becomes discouraging.
Wausau police searched Stephanie Low's apartment near Thomas Street to get some visual measurements and try to find anything new that will help with their search.
At one point, every single one of that department's detectives worked on Stephanie's case and many still investigate it on a daily basis.
Low's family set up an account at Abby Bank called the "Stephanie Ann Low Search fund."
After Low was missing for 13 days, family and friends joined together outside her apartment for a candlelight vigil.
Stephanie Low is still missing, but now her story is getting national attention on Nancy Grace's show on CNN.
Hearing stories about the disappearance of Stephanie Low only reminds Hope Sprenger, that her daughter Kayla Berg is still missing.
Deputy Chief Bryan Hilts, Wausau Police Department says, "We want to find her as fast as we can because we know the chances of her being ok are better the sooner we can find her."
Low says it's not in his daughter nature to take off and he feels what's even more scary is the way they last spoke to her. "It was just the way the call ended, she got frantic and the call abruptly ended."
Wausau Police call 22-year-old Stephanie Low's disappearance suspicious
Wausau Police search for a 22 year old woman who went missing on October 10, 2010.