Loritz has never stopped searching.
“You come up with all of these questions, but you don't have any answers. The sad thing is you come up with more questions, and you still don't have any answers,” said Lortiz.
She's also started a non-profit organization, Wisconsin Missing Persons Advocacy, Inc. They provide resources and support for families with loved ones missing.
The reward continues for a missing woman from Pittsfield.
Victoria Prokopovitz was last seen at her home on April 25, 2013. Investigators say she left behind her purse with its contents including ID, money and her cell phone. She has not been seen or heard from since she disappeared.
The Prokopovitz family continues to offer a $17,000.00 reward for information.
“I never would have imagined we'd be here five years waiting,” said Marsha Loritz, Victoria Prokopovitz’s daughter. “I just remember back then, making it through the day was just horrible, we're going to find her today, it was never looking beyond the day.”
Loritz says for her, she needs closure to heal.
“I don't know what happened. But I know something terrible had to have happened for us not to hear from her,” she said. “I'll keep searching until I don't have to search anymore.”
This is an on-going investigation by the Brown County Sheriff’s Office. If you have any information, please call the Brown County Sheriff’s Investigative Division at (920) 448-4230; You can remain anonymous and may be eligible for an additional reward by contacting Green Bay Area Crime Stopper Hotline at (920) 432-STOP , through the website at 432stop.com or by downloading the P3 app.