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Search Continues For Missing Woonsocket Woman

The South Dakota Attorney General’s Office says the search continues for 30-year-old Rachel Cyriacks.

Cyriacks was reported missing on December 16th.  A news release sent Monday afternoon by Attorney General Marty Jackley says Cyriacks was last seen in Woonsocket on the morning of November 13.

The Sanborn County Sheriff says they have talked to Rachel Cyriacks’ husband, Bradley Cyriacks, about her disappearance.  A protection order filed by Rachel in August alleged domestic abuse in the relationship and said the couple was in the middle of a divorce.

Bradley Cyriacks is not a suspect.  He told authorities that he has no information on where his wife might be.

Rachel Cyriacks is 5’5” tall and weighs about 140 pounds.

Anyone with information about Cyriacks disappearance is asked to contact the Sanborn County Sheriff’s Office at 605-796-4511 or the Huron Police Department at 605-353-8550.

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