Woman missing since June may have gotten ride from someone before disappearance, tribal police say

Tribal police in Wisconsin have asked for additional information following reports that a woman who’s been missing since late June may have gotten a ride from someone around the time she vanished.

The Menominee Tribal Police Department wrote on Facebook Thursday that they are looking for someone who may have picked up Katelyn Kelly, 22, from County Highway VV near Silver Canoe Road (located on the Menominee Indian Reservation) on the evening of June 16. Reported missing by her mother on June 18, Kelley was reportedly last seen at her apartment in the City of Shawano between 11 p.m. on June 16 and 3 a.m. on June 17.

Earlier this week, Menominee police disputed claims that Kelley was found. The police department confirmed to CrimeOnline that Kelley’s still missing as of Friday.

We are looking for someone to come forward that may have picked up Katelyn Kelley on County Highway VV near Silver Canoe…

Posted by Menominee Tribal Police Department on Thursday, July 2, 2020

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Tribal police also said they are working with the FBI, the Shawano Police Department, and several other national and local agencies to locate Kelley.

Kelley was described as being 5 feet, 2 inches tall, approximately 140 pounds, and having brown hair and brown eyes. She was reportedly last seen wearing a grey t-shirt with a black swimsuit type top underneath, blue jean shorts, and flip flops.

Anyone with information regarding Katelyn Kelley’s disappearance or whereabouts should call the Menominee Tribal Police Department at 715-799-3881.

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[Featured image: Katelyn Kelley/Menominee Tribal Police Department]