SHAWANO - Shawano police say they need help finding a missing woman. Her husband says she was last seen June 21.
Heather Szekeres is 32 years old. She is 5'4" and has a slender build.
Szekeres was last seen leaving the Final Lap Bar in Shawano.
Rob Szekeres says his wife Heather had spent the evening on June 21 with friends at the Final Lap Bar, just a few doors down from their apartment.
"I came home early on Friday afternoon to surprise my wife with flowers. I'm a truck driver so I only get home on the weekends. She was surprised, we spent some time together. She wanted to go out because she had spent time with the baby all week long," Szekeres told FOX 11 over the phone on Monday.
Szekeres says his wife stopped up to check on him and their baby and came back down to the Final Lap, and that's where she was last seen.
"Everything was good. She gave me a kiss and said I love you, and went back down to the bar," he said.
Szekeres says he called police Saturday morning when Heather didn't come home.
"I guess you have to wait 24 hours to report someone missing. So Sunday morning I went in and reported her missing," he recalled.
Shawano police would not talk on camera Monday. Officers did say over the past ten days, they have interviewed Szekeres and other family members.
Police have also interviewed the owner of the Final Lap.
Officers say that bar recently lost its liquor license and is now closed. However, the loss of that license is not related to this situation.
As the investigation continues, Szekeres says the couple's 11-month-old daughter is with his mother in Phoenix while he has returned to work.
Neighbors who are watching the couple's dog say they're shaken up.
"It's pretty scary, because you think that if she was able to she would try to contact about her daughter to see what was up and find a way to get back home," said Samantha Frederick.
Szekeres says he holds out hope for his wife's safe return.
"She's done it once to me before but she came home at noon the next day. So, I was worried. I had reported her missing that time, too. I don't know, it's just been very difficult for me," said Szekeres.
If you have any information about Heather Szekeres, you're asked to call Shawano police. That number is (715) 526-6117.
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