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The estranged husband of an Oswego woman missing for more than two months was named a "person of interest" today by police investigating her disappearance.
Police had previously been reluctant to name Craig Stebic as the subject of their investigation. He was the last person to report seeing Lisa Stebic on the evening of April 30; her credit cards and cell phone have not been used since.
Plainfield Police Chief Donald Bennett said at a news conference that authorities fear Lisa Stebic has been a victim of foul play. Police have narrowed the focus of their investigation and "now consider Craig Stebic to be a person of interest in the case," Bennett said.
The couple were going through a divorce, but they still lived together with their two children in the family's home in Plainfield, about 35 miles southwest of Chicago.
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