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Heidi Planck cops search landfill for human remains as police fear mom is dead after evidence found at apartment complex


THE search for missing mother, Heidi Planck has led detectives to a landfill as they search for possible human remains. 

A search warrant for Chiquita Canyon Landfill in Castaic, California is being served by investigators “to excavate a specific area of the landfill, manually search it for human remains and collect any related evidence.”


Heidi Planck has been missing since October[/caption]

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She was last seen walking her dog in downtown Los Angeles her dog was later found[/caption]

According to authorities, the search is expected to take seven to 10 days.

Ex-husband Jim Wayne, 63, reported Heidi, 39, missing after she failed to pick up their son from school three days later. She was last seen on October 17 in downtown Los Angeles walking her dog.

Surveillance footage shows her walking down an alley between 11th and 12th street near the Hope + Flower high-rise building. Her dog was found alone on the upper floor of the building. 

Heidi is a white woman is blond hair and blue eyes. She is 5 feet 3 inches and weighs 120 pounds. She was last seen wearing jeans and a gray sweater, driving a gray 2017 Range Rover with California license plate No. U840X0.

Anyone who lives at 1201 S. Hope was near the area around October 17 is urged to contact the Robbery-Homicide division at (213) 486-6840.

At this time, her car is still missing but during a wellness check, authorities found her laptop and phone were still at home.

Authorities have not yet commented on the newly emerged security video and have been tight-lipped about the missing persons investigation. 

They have not said whether they suspect foul play and have not named any suspects in Heidi’s disappearance.


The Sun revealed on Wednesday how residents of the apartment building where Heidi’s dog was found have raised concerns over “criminal activity and guns fired” at the location.

Cops have not said how Heidi is connected to the Hope + Flower complex, and reviews on Yelp.com, seen by The Sun, show many disgruntled residents hate the building.

One reads: “DO NOT MOVE HERE. Resident of 18 months… Plenty of other buildings in the area to chose from. Rent at your own risk.”

A second resident posted last month, warning prospective residents: “DO NOT MOVE HERE!! 

“There are units that are party houses and bring in all sorts of criminal activity into the building. Guns have been fired and people have been robbed mid-day.”

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, her ex Jim revealed how he found messages on Heidi’s phone from a stranger who had discovered her dog Seven wandering alone in the high-rise.

He said he then went to pick up the pet from a couple “who said they had just found it roaming around on their floor in the hallway.”

Jim added: “I first became worried when Heidi didn’t show up to pick up our son at school and I contacted the West LA police department immediately. 

“The dog’s microchip…was an afterthought. I guess it was three or four days later that I started looking.”


A search warrant is being served for investigators to check a landfill for possible human remains[/caption]


Heidi was last seen near this high-rise building on October 17[/caption]

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