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Reward for Missing Kelly Nolan raised to $10,000 (UPDATE: Body Found Deceased, Confirmed)

22 year old, University of WI – Whitewater student, Kelly Nolan, of Waunakee has been missing since June 23, 2007. She was last seen partying with friends on Madison’s State Street in Madison, WI the night before her disappearance. The family of Kelly Nolan has announced that the reward for Kelly has been raised to $10,000.

The family of a missing University of Wisconsin Whitewater student announced a total of $10,000 in reward money for her safe return. The money comes in the form of two $5,000 reward funds.

The reward has several conditions. It will go to anyone who provides “information resulting in the safe return of Kelly Nolan or the arrest and conviction of a perpetrator involved in a violent crime or homicide,” said Kelly’s mother, Mary Jane Nolan.

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One seriously has to wonder why discussing one’s past and trying to possibly tarnish a missing person past has anything to do with finding them. If a person is troubled or has gone through traumatic experiences, is that supposed to make them any less worthy to be found? Kelly Nolan is missing PERIOD!!! She needs to be found.

UPDATE I: Body is likely missing college student, investigators say

Investigators think a body found in a field Monday is a college student who vanished last month in Madison, where the woman was last seen after a night out at the bars.

Police searching an area about 10 miles south of Madison found the body on private property in a wooded area dotted with homes.

Dane County coroner said the body was tentatively identified as 22-year-old Kelly Nolan, while Madison police spokesman Joel DeSpain said detectives were investigating the death as a homicide. (CNN)

Kelly Nolan Body Found? ID Could Take Days, Homicide Investigation

Breaking News In Kelly Nolan Case – Police have discovered a body that may be that of Kelly Nolan, and forensic teams are working to ID the body.

Police brought canine units to Schneider Rd., just north of the village of Oregon, Wisconsin, approximately 17 miles from where Kelly Nolan disappeared, where they were conducting a new and sudden search.

Police have not yet revealed whether the body is male or female, and are treating the scene and investigation as a homicide. Police are now saying that they are assembling a forensic team to work with the coroner in an effort to ID the body, which was found at 8:45 Monday morning. It may take up to several days to process the scene. (Post Chronicle)

UPDATE II: Body Is Missing University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Senior Kelly Nolan, Coroner Confirms

A decomposed body found in a densely wooded area is that of a college student who vanished last month, a coroner confirmed late Tuesday.

The body found Monday morning was identified as Kelly Nolan, a 22-year-old University of Wisconsin-Whitewater student, Dane County Coroner John Stanley said in a statement. (FOX News)

July 8th, 2007 at 01:53pm Posted by | autopsy, Found Deceased, Kelly Nolan, Missing, Missing College Student, Pictures, Reward | 7 comments

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    “Search for missing student turns up a body”

    Comment by G | July 9, 2007

  2. Not surprised at all.

    Comment by Derek | July 9, 2007

  3. [...] news in missing persons/crime, the coroner confirmed that the body found Monday morning was identified as Kelly Nolan, a 22-year-old University of Wisconsin-Whitewater [...]

    Pingback by Scared Monkeys | July 11, 2007

  4. Still, not surprised at all.

    Although this is still sad, it is the norm.

    Comment by Derek | July 11, 2007

  5. I realize things may be different in Canada than in the USA but why is there such a dearth of news items on the investigation?

    There were reports of a waiter at Amy’s Cafe assisting her homeward when he encountered a man who claimed to be a friend of hers. There were also reports of her having been fired for insufficient waitressing experience just prior to a music festival at the bar. Yet now it seems there is a total news blackout.

    Comment by FoolsGold | July 23, 2007

  6. IF the Amys Cafe story is true, why haven’t the police released a composite sketch of this mysterious killer?

    Comment by DAS | July 26, 2007

  7. Composite sketch?? My understanding is that not only was the waiter unable to offer the slightest description of the man to whom he turned over the tipsy patron but that the police wish to proceed on the more reliable forensic evidence rather than field a host of spurious tips sure to follow any sketch publicity.

    Comment by FoolsGold | July 27, 2007

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