CRIME STOPPERS CASE 1742
FOR THE WEEK OF NOV. 16, 2017
MAIZE POLICE DEPARTMENT: DETECTIVE PIPER
On Thursday, May 4, Maize police responded to an alarm on a residence in the 12000 block of W. 29th Street N. It was discovered that the home owners’ daughter, Kendra Nystrom, had gone inside and tripped the alarm. When police arrived, she ran out the back door with her black and gray male Chihuahua-mix named Frankie. She left her car, cell phone and other personal belongings, including her identification, behind. Kendra has not been heard from or seen by her family since. Attempts to locate her have been unsuccessful. The area around Kendra’s parents’ home, including Cowskin Creek, have been searched with negative results.
Kendra suffers from a drug addiction and there is concern for her safety. She may be in jeopardy, or she may have been the victim of foul play. Maize police are seeking assistance in locating her. Kendra, 30, is white with red hair, 5-foot-4 and between 100-120 pounds. The initials “RJ” are tattooed on her left ring finger.
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