Maize police looking for leads in case of missing woman

MAIZE, Kan. (KSNW) – The Maize Police Department is turning to the public in hopes of finding 30-year-old Kendra Leigh Nystrom. She was last seen and heard from on May 4, 2017 around 10:30 a.m.

Kendra and her dog named Frankie (Courtesy: Facebook)

She left her parents home in the 12000 block of West 29th Street North with only her dog named Frankie. She left her personal belongings and cell phone behind. Her parent’s home is located next to the Cowskin Creek, which was running high at the time.

On May 10, an area resident recorded an altercation between and male and female at 37th North and 135 Street West. It is one and half miles from the Nystrom home. The video showed the woman getting out of the car, but the woman returned and the car left. Police haven’t been able to identify the people in the car. However, they released a video shown below.

Maize police said Kendra spent the night before her disappearance in a motel on West Kellogg. Police have received several tips that Kendra may have been sighted along South Broadway or the Plainview and Oaklawn neighborhoods.

If you know anything, call 911, Maize police or Crime Stoppers at 267-2111.


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