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Search will resume Tuesday morning for missing teenager in Webster County.
Posted: May 21 2013 by ppowers

 

Authorities will resume their search Tuesday mornining in trying to help locate 15 year old Kathlynn Shepard who was reported missing late Monday afternoon. Shepard was with another juvenile when they were abducted after accepting a ride from a stranger. The other juvenile is safe after she was found walking out of the timber near a farm house in Boone County. She was being treated at Trinity Regional Medical Center in Fort Dodge. Kathlynn Shepard was last seen wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and a Minnesota Vikings cap. She is five feet six inches tall and weighs 160 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes. Late Monday, the Dayton police department had located the alleged abductor but Shepard is still reported missing. The name of the suspect has not been identified. Volunteers and law enforcement agencies spent much of late yesterday afternoon and in the early evening in searching for Shepard. Volunteers are being asked to report to the Dayton Community Center at 10 Tuesday morning to resume the search. A search plane will be used during the daylight hours to help locate her. If you have any information on the wherabouts of Kathlynn Shepard, please call the Webster County Sheriff's Department at 515-573-2323.

 

Authorities will resume their search Tuesday mornining in trying to help locate 15 year old Kathlynn Shepard who was reported missing late Monday afternoon. Shepard was with another juvenile when they were abducted after accepting a ride from a stranger. The other juvenile is safe after she was found walking out of the timber near a farm house in Boone County. She was being treated at Trinity Regional Medical Center in Fort Dodge. Kathlynn Shepard was last seen wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and a Minnesota Vikings cap. She is five feet six inches tall and weighs 160 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes. Late Monday, the Dayton police department had located the alleged abductor but Shepard is still reported missing. The name of the suspect has not been identified. Volunteers and law enforcement agencies spent much of late yesterday afternoon and in the early evening in searching for Shepard. Volunteers are being asked to report to the Dayton Community Center at 10 Tuesday morning to resume the search. A search plane will be used during the daylight hours to help locate her. If you have any information on the wherabouts of Kathlynn Shepard, please call the Webster County Sheriff's Department at 515-573-2323.

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