DNA evidence discovered in missing woman Kendra Nystrom’s case | The Wichita Eagle

New evidence in the case of missing woman Kendra Nystrom’s case leads police to believe she drowned in a creek behind her parents’ house, a Maize police detective said Friday.

Maize police Detective Jeff Piper said the two pieces of physical evidence discovered by the Kansas Chapter of Texas EquuSearch lead his department to a “working theory” that 30-year-old Kendra waded into the flooded Cowskin Creek the day she went missing and drowned. She has been missing for 15 months.

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KS – Group to begin renewed search for missing Maize woman | KWCH

MAIZE, Kan. Missing for more than a year, the search for answers continues in the disappearance of Kendra Nystrom.

Saturday, a new search begins. The group looking for Nystrom is the same group that spent months searching for Lucas Hernandez.

Nystrom was last seen on May 4, 2017, leaving her parents’ Maize home with her dog. She left without her phone or purse. This past May (two months ago), Maize police said they don’t believe Nystrom left on her own will and that she is likely dead.

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KS – Maize police believe missing woman is likely dead | KSN

MAIZE, Kan. (KSNW) – It has been one year since a Maize woman went missing, and today, the police department released some new information about Kendra Nystrom’s disappearance.

Nystrom was last seen leaving her parents’ house on May 4, 2017 around 10:30 a.m. She has not been seen or heard from since. She left her personal belongings, car and cell phone behind.

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KS – Maize police searching for missing woman | KWCH

MAIZE, Kansas. (KWCH) The Maize Police Department is searching for Kendra Leigh Nystrom who went missing four months ago.

She is a 30-year-old white female with reddish brown hair. She is approximately 5’4″ tall and weighs between 100 and 120 lbs. She also has the initials “R.J.” tattooed on her left ring finger.

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KS – Police continue searching for Maize woman missing for 4 months | KAKE.com

MAIZE, Kan. (KAKE) – The Maize Police Department continues in their search for a missing 30-year-old woman who has been missing for four months, and they’re asking for the public’s help in finding her.

Kendra Leigh Nystrom was last seen on May 4. Police issued an alert in June, saying she was last seen walking away from her parents’ home near 29th Street North and 119th Street West. She had her dog with her.

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Maize, KS police searching for missing woman | KWCH12

MAIZE, Kan. – The Maize Police Department is asking for the public’s help to find Kathryn Lynn Partida.

They say Partida left her children with her mother in May of 2015. She had unconfirmed contact with Oklahoma police in August of 2015 and a person using her identity was treated at a hospital in Oklahoma in September of 2015.

No contact has been made with Partida since.

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Maize police searching for missing man Marvin Kempf | Local News – Home

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MAIZE, Kan. – Maize Police say they are looking for a man missing 81-year-old man.

They say Marvin Kempf was last seen on June 5 around 4:30 p.m. when he left his home in Maize.

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