Phoenix police to end search of landfill for missing woman Christine Mustafa 01/19/2018 9:20 am PST Comments KNXV via KNXV PHOENIX -- (KNXV) -- Phoenix police are on the verge of ending a nearly 3-month-old search of a landfill for a missing 34-year-old woman believed to be a homicide victim. Sgt. Alan Pfohl said Friday that no remains have been found and that police planned end the search for Christine Mustafa on Friday afternoon. Pfohl also said police plan to release additional information about the search on Monday. The search began Oct. 23 and police originally planned it to end in December, but they extended it into January to finish checking the entire search area of the landfill. Mustafa was reported missing on May 11. Her ex-boyfriend, 38-year-old Robert John Interval, pleaded not guilty to a first-degree murder charge in June. He awaits trial in Maricopa County Superior Court. FULL STORY: Christine Mustafa search: Phoenix police to end search of landfill for missing woman - KNXV #Arizona #KNXV #Phoenix Related Stories Police: Christine Mustafa's body may be in a landfill Boyfriend gets 25 years, but Christine Mustafa is still missing Search warrant reveals more info about missing woman Search continues for missing mom Christine Mustafa Christine Mustafa's boyfriend pleads not guilty to murder Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.