Police to search landfill for body of missing Phoenix woman

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Christine Mustafa, 34, missing since May 11, 2017 (Source: 3TV/CBS 5) Christine Mustafa, 34, missing since May 11, 2017 (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -

Police are planning to search a landfill for the body of Christine Mustafa, a Phoenix woman who went missing on May 10 of this year. 

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Police secured part of the landfill to prepare for a search back in July. According to Sgt. Alan Pfohl of Phoenix police, the department is still in the planning stages of the search. 

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Friends, family and neighbors have been conducting their own searches for Mustafa since she went missing. The volunteers even used a map that two psychics and one medium created after coming forward with information they say will help find Mustafa. 

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The woman's boyfriend, Robert Interval, has been charged with her murder though her body has never been found. Interval, 37, was booked on one count of first-degree murder. He pleaded not guilty.

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Pfohl said they are hoping to begin searching the landfill next month.  

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