Police need public’s help for missing pregnant woman who disappeared without a trace

Northern Minnesota authorities are asking the public for assistance with information that will help them find a pregnant woman who disappeared on February 2.

CBS Minnesota reports that Kara Blevins was last seen in Akeley, a town southwest of Walker. According to authorities with the Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office, Blevins likely does not have her cellphone or car with her. Authorities said they also don’t believe she has any extra clothing with her or money.

Blevins was last seen walking down Howard Road, wearing a winter coat and a scarf, at around 5 p.m. She has blue eyes and reddish-blonde hair. According to a Facebook post, Blevins was walking from her mother’s house when she disappeared. Friends and family stated they are worried for her safety.

“She is pregnant, and we know that something is not right. Last place seen was leaving her mothers house in Akeley MN on Friday,” friend Candace Reams said on Facebook. “She has been reported missing as of Monday the 5th and there has been no record or trace of where she could be. We are all scared and worried. If ANYONE has seen her, knows where she could be or has any information as to who she may be with we would really appreciate it.”


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Anyone with information on Blevins’ whereabouts sis urged contact the Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office at (218) 732-3331.

[Feature Photo: Kara Blevins/Family Handout]