$10,000 reward offered for information leading to location of Kelly Dwyer

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by Dustin Vrab

MILWAUKEE -- The family of Kelly Dwyer announced  the offering of a $10,000 for information concerning Kelly's disappearance. Dwyer has been missing since October 10, 2013.

According to investigators 38-year-old Kris Zocco is the last person who saw Dwyer before she disappeared the night of October 10th. He told police he and Dwyer were "friends" and she came over to his apartment a few times a week to "do lines" of cocaine.

The criminal complaint says, Zocco allegedly gave Dwyer $300 to buy an "eight ball" of cocaine. The two allegedly met with a dealer to purchase the cocaine. Zocco tells police he and Dwyer returned to his apartment and used the cocaine together.

The Milwaukee Police Department searched the Menomonee Falls landfill for any evidence that could shed some light on the disappearance of Dwyer. After days of searching, the police department reported they found potential items of evidence in the landfill.

Kris Zocco is facing several criminal charges related to possession of drugs and child pornography. Police found both at his apartment while executing a search warrant in the Kelly Dwyer case.

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