Victoria Lynn Prokopovitz

Prokopovitz, circa 2013

  • Missing Since 04/25/2013
  • Missing From Pittsfield, Wisconsin
  • Classification Endangered Missing
  • Date of Birth 09/10/1953 (65)
  • Age 59 years old
  • Height and Weight 5'6, 117 pounds
  • Clothing/Jewelry Description A white jacket, a black and white shirt, gray stretch pants and black shoes with a wide, stacked heel.
  • Medical Conditions Prokopovitz suffers from severe depression and may be a danger to herself. She takes medication. She was previously diagnosed with colon cancer, but had recovered the summer before her disappearance.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Brown hair, brown eyes. Prokopovitz's nickname is Vicki. She has scars on her abdomen and arms, a tattoo of a rose on her breast and a tattoo of a skunk on the back of her hip. Her ears are pierced and she has a mole on the back of her neck. Prokovitz wears eyeglasses and dentures.

Details of Disappearance

Prokopovitz was last seen at her residence in the 5100 block of Kunesh Road in Pittsfield, Wisconsin at 10:00 p.m. on April 25, 2013. Her husband went to bed at that time and this was the last time he saw her. When he woke up at 4:00 a.m., she was gone. He searched the area, couldn't find her, and went to work. After he returned home that afternoon, he called the police to report her disappearance.

Prokopovitz's medication disappeared with her, but she left behind her purse, identification, money and cellular phone, and she didn't have access to a vehicle. An extensive search of the area turned up no sign of her and she has never been heard from again.

Her husband stated he thought she may have taken her own life, but according to her daughter, Prokopovitz seemed to be doing well and was not depressed at the time of her disappearance.

Authorities believe foul play was involved in Prokopovitz's case. In 2015, they searched her home and all the buildings on the property and seized photos, seven computers, twelve hard drives, a cellular phone financial documents, a roll of tape and other items. During the search, police found blood evidence in multiple locations in the house, including in the bedroom, hallway and kitchen. Prokopovitz's husband and son still live in the home.

No one has been named as a suspect in Prokopovitz's disappearance and her case remains unsolved. Her daughter, Marsha Loritz, has founded a nonprofit organization, Wisconsin Missing Persons Advocacy Inc., to assist families of missing persons.

Updated 3 times since October 12, 2004. Last updated March 25, 2019; medical conditions and details of disappearance updated.