More than a month after a Woonsocket woman disappeared, authorities hope her husband can give them answers.
The Sanborn County Sheriff says Bradley Cyriacks is not a suspect in Rachel Cyriacks' disappearance. He says they just want to talk with him.
Rachel was last seen working a temp job in Mitchell on November 11 and her last activity on Facebook was on November 12. Her parents reported her missing on Monday.
According to court papers, the Cyriacks have had a rocky past. Rachel filed a protection order back in August. At the time, she claimed Bradley was being abusive because the couple was in the middle of a divorce he didn't want. Rachel wrote in the protection order that he came to her Woonsocket home, pulled her hair, hit her in the face and threatened her with a knife.
Sanborn County Sheriff Tom Fridley says his office received new information Tuesday that indicated Cyriacks was last seen on November 11 at Performance Pet Products in Mitchell as opposed to the December 6 date as originally reported.
Authorities say Cyriacks is 5-foot-5 and 140 pounds. She may be driving a silver 1995 Chevy pickup with the South Dakota license plate number 4CH-634.
If you have any information, you’re asked to contact the Sanborn County Sheriff's Office at (605)796-4511.