Editor’s note: In the interest of providing the most up-to-date information on missing JCCC student Aisha Khan, The Campus Ledger will continue to update our original story with brief descriptions of any developments that occur when they are announced. Each report will be filed with a date stamp.
Wednesday, Dec. 21: Local law enforcement officials announce Khan has been found and that she was not the victim of an abduction. (Ledger staffreports)
Tuesday, Dec. 20: The Kelsey Smith Foundation, Inc., has announced its support in the search for Aisha Khan.
Monday, Dec. 19: Khan’s father issues a plead for his daughter’s return. See the video here.
Monday, Dec. 19: The FBI joins the search for Khan.
Monday, Dec. 19: Khan’s case has been picked up by both regional and national news outlets.
Sunday, Dec. 18: The Khan family announces a $10,000 reward for anyone who can supply information leading to Aisha’s returns.
Overland Park Police responded to a missing person report near the KU Edwards Campus at 12600 Quivira Road this morning, according to InfoList, the college’s internal news system.
Student Aisha Khan, 19, was last seen wearing black sweat pants, a yellow and black shirt, a black scarf, a black regular-length jacket and a black and white, long outer coat. Khan is 5’2″, 120 lbs., has dark brown hair and brown eyes and wears glasses.
Any information about the incident should be reported to the TIPS hotline at 816-474-TIPS.
Updates will follow.
Compiled by Rachel Kimbrough.