However police are particularly baffled by the motive of her attackers. Currently, Basenko has informed the Associated Press that there is 'sensitive information' that cannot be released in relation to this, and that the investigation is still active.
ABC News in the US reports that detectives are currently looking into her past relationships, including her previous marriage and divorce, and through her computer records to shed more light on this.
According to News.com.au, her husband has been ruled out as a person of interest after passing a lie-detector test.
Sherri Papini's story caught the public's attention as it followed a series of mysterious jogger murders in the US over the past few months.
Her husband had been appealing to the public for help, telling KRCTV: “Bring her home, bring her home, just bring her home. Bring her home safe there is a $50,000 reward just bring her home.”
"If she is listening I want to say, 'We are trying, we are trying the best we can and I am sorry I'm not there,'" said husband Keith, crying. "I'm coming honey. I am trying, I'm doing everything I can and I love you.”