Cristin Crable search: Police still looking for missing Scottsdale mom

Posted at 11:19 AM, Nov 30, 2016

The Scottsdale Police Department and Silent Witness are asking for the public’s help to solve a missing person case from 2015 that is being called suspicious.

Cristin Crable, 41, was last seen on September 10, 2015 at the Legacy apartment complex on Legacy Boulevard in Scottsdale.

Police say that they feel foul play was involved in her disappearance, and that there may be people that have information about the circumstance.

ABC15 first told you about this story in 2015, Crable’s husband, Joseph Crable said he can't believe she'd just run off voluntarily.

"It's not in her character and I don't believe she would leave her family, her children, on her own accord," Joseph said then.

In February 2016, Joseph Crable said DNA and dental records are now in national database and they are desperate for answers.

Court documents show police are exploring the possibility of homicide. But without hard evidence, her family is holding out hope that she's still out there.

If you know anything about this case call Scottsdale Police at (480) 312-5000 or tips can be left at 480-312-TIPS.