Shannon J. Salisbury
Missing since October 20, 1994
Shannon J. Salisbury was 29 years old with two young children at the time of her disappearance. She was last seen at 9:30 p.m. leaving her home in Burns, Wisconsin, after an argument with her live-in boyfriend.
The day after she left her home, Shannon’s car was found about five miles from her home parked on Jewett Road near Niedfeldt Road with a flat tire. Shannon’s purse, wallet and driver’s license were found in the car but there was no sign of Shannon.
Shannon’s boyfriend reported her missing two days after her disappearance and has been uncooperative with the investigation.
About a month before her disappearance, Shannon reported a domestic dispute between herself and her boyfriend. It was reported that this dispute involved Shannon’s desire to leave the boyfriend.
Over the years, unsuccessful search efforts with cadaver dogs have taken place in the area where Shannon’s car was found. The police and Shannon’s family do not believe she would have walked away from her children. Foul play is suspected in Shannon’s disappearance and her case continues to be investigated.
She was last seen wearing a green sweatshirt, a denim jacket, green sweatpants, and a turquoise ring. Shannon has tattoos of a lion on her chest and a butterfly on her back. She may use the last names Koskovich and/or Pischke.
Any leads or information should be directed to:
La Crosse County Sheriff’s Office
Captain John Zimmerman
“Police seek new leads in case of missing Burns woman.” La Crosse Tribune. December 14, 2015.