'If anybody sees her, send her home': Family offers $10K reward to find missing Franklin woman
Police say she was last seen Friday, March 26 at her home on the 7200 block of south North Cape Road. Thursday, April 15, investigators searched the home.
“Franklin police waited three weeks to come search my property," Wes Eckert said, Sandra's husband.
Eckert says they had an argument that night. The next morning she was gone.
“I was asleep on the couch, I don’t hear nothing," Wes said.
Franklin police say a four-door, 2005 Dodge Stratus with the Wisconsin license plate 319LGT is also missing from the home. The car was last seen by Muskego police on Saturday, March 27 at 3 a.m.
"She had an extra key to my car and I didn’t know it. My older car is gone and that’s the one she was seen driving that night," said Wes.
Police say her cellphone, social media accounts and bank accounts have been inactive since she was reported missing.
“No credit card action or nothing. She had some cash but how long that’s going to last," Wes said.
Eckert says their children are in distress.
“If anybody sees her, send her home for her kids, not for me, the kids," Wes said.
Family members have offered a $10,000 reward for any information leading to Eckert's whereabouts.
Eckert was last seen wearing black leggings, colorful tennis shoes, and a large navy blue and teal North Carolina Starter brand jacket. If you have any information about her whereabouts you’re asked to call Franklin police at 414-425-2522.