CHARLEVOIX, Mich. (AP) — Authorities are offering a $5,000 reward for information that could help solve the likely homicide of a northern Michigan woman who disappeared in 1988.
Victoria Salisz was a 69-year-old waitress at Pippin’s, a restaurant in Boyne City.
Her car was in her driveway when she vanished, and her purse and keys were inside the house.
State police last year used a drone to take photos of her property.
A dig in the area was also conducted. Charlevoix County Sheriff Chuck Vondra knew Salisz back in 1988: He was a busboy at the same restaurant.
Vondra says it’s not too late for people with information to step forward.
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