Sources: Search Warrant Issued In Missing Teacher Case

HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Concerns are mounting about the whereabouts of Westmoreland County teacher who has not been seen since Monday morning.

Rebecca Stahl, 37, is a sixth grade math teacher at Derry Area Middle School. Her father, Ken Anderson, reported her missing Tuesday.

“She’s in contact with me every few days and her and her sister are very close and they talk about every day,” Anderson said. “And we hadn’t heard anything for about three days.”

Sources say investigators obtained a search warrant as they seek leads in her disappearance.

Police sources say that Stahl and her husband had a violent history and she got a PFA against him at one point.

“I want her to know that we love her so much and we want her home safe and if she’s able to call us to please call us,” Kelly Beltz, Stahl’s sister, tearfully said. “We’re worried sick.”

Derry Middle School Principal Cheryl Walters says the staff’s thoughts and prayers are with Stahl.

One of her former students, Noah Alter, said that Stahl was a wonderful teacher and helped him a lot in class.

State police in Greensburg are investigation.

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