18 year old college student Keighley Ann Alyea has been missing since midnight Tuesday, September 30, 2009. Keighley Ann Alyea was last seen at her home about midnight Tuesday. Police fear that she is in danger and is listed as a missing/endangered person as she was the victim of domestic violence last week.
Keighley Ann Alyea description:
- 5 feet 1 inch tall
- 113 pounds
- black hair
- brown eyes
- She drives a dark green four-door Mazda 626 with a Kansas license plate 198-BOV. Her car also is missing.
Police are also looking for 22 year old Sean M. Merritt, 22, who has had addresses in Kansas City, Kan.; Baldwin City, Kan.; Grandview; and Olathe.
Anyone with information about Alyea or Merritt is asked to call the Overland Park police at 913-895-6300 or the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS
UPDATE I: Police Locate Man. Sean M. Merritt, Wanted for Questioning in Disappearance of Missing Teen
The key words here in this statement from police are, “at this time”. According to her father Jame Hayes, since Keighley Ann Alyea went missing, no one on Facebook’s gotten in contact with her … “No text messages, no phone calls, just gone.”
Kansas City, Kan police have located Sean M. Merritt, 22, who was wanted for questioning in the disappearance of Keighley Ann Alyea, 18, who has been missing since Sept. 29.
Overland Park police captain Jim Weaver said Merritt is not a suspect and is not being charged with anything at this time. Weaver said Merritt’s vehicle was spotted Sunday afternoon broken down along I-70 near 18th Street in Kansas City, Kan.
Earlier in the investigation, police interviewed two of Alyea’s ex-boyfriends but have since cleared them as suspects. On Sunday, police turned their attention Merritt.
16 year old Reno Nevada girl, Karamjit Kaur, has been missing since Wednesday, September 30, 2009. Police believe that foul play was involved in Karamjit Kaur’s disappearance. Karamjit Kaur went for a bike ride and never returned. The 16 year old girl had came to Nevada only eight weeks ago from East India. She told her family she was was going for a bike ride at about 6:30 p.m. and never returned. Officers found the bike the next afternoon, about a quarter-mile away from her home.
Searchers on foot and ATVs combed fields and other areas Saturday near where a 16-year-old Reno girl was last seen while riding a bicycle.
Police suspect foul play in Wednesday evening’s disappearance of Karamjit Kaur, a North Valleys High School sophomore who moved with her family from East India to Reno eight months ago.
Her father, Surinder Mathon, issued a statement Saturday pleading for her safe return.
“Whoever took her, bring her back safely. Drop her off. We just want her back,” Mathon said. “She is very nice. She is a smart girl.”
Karamjit Kaur Description:
She is described as an East Indian female juvenile, born August 5, 1993, approximately 5’7” tall, 140 pounds, long black hair, brown eyes, scar on forehead, left canine tooth is longer, wearing a black v-neck short sleeve t-shirt, bright blue cotton pajama bottoms, and black flip-flops.
Bring Bri Justice Foundation handing out fliers for missing Karamjit Kaur.
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Reno Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating the missing juvenile. Anyone having information relating to this incident should contact the Reno Police Department at 334-2115, Secret Witness at 322-4900, or www.secretwitness.com. REMINDER: All calls to Secret Witness remain anonymous, and Secret Witness pays rewards for information on all crimes.