Bolingbrook Police Officer Asking Missing Wife To Come Home

NEW YORK (AP) -- A Bolingbrook (Illinois) police officer suspected in the disappearance of his fourth wife today pleaded for her to come home and maintained that she left him for another man.

Drew Peterson appeared on NBC's "Today" show. When asked to send a message to his wife, Stacy, he said: "Come home. Tell people where you are,"

Stacy Peterson was last seen October 28th. Authorities say the case is a potential homicide investigation and have identified her husband as a suspect.

Drew Peterson denied that he harmed his wife or that he had anything to do with her disappearance. He says she told him that "she found somebody else."

The interview aired a day after the body of Peterson's third wife, Kathleen Savio, was exhumed for another autopsy. Peterson says he thought it was "a shame her rest in peace has to be disturbed."


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