arch is still on for Johnson County Community College Student who went missing from the Kansas University Edwards Campus last week
It is a horrible thing to have a missing child. The parents, family and friends are offering the reward of $10,000 for the information leading to their missing Aisha Kahn.
Aisha is a Johnson County Community College (JCCC) student who was dropped off at the KU Kansas University Edwards campus on Friday to study for a final. Shortly after being dropped off, Aisha made a phone call to her sister that a man was harassing her. Her sister came back and all she was able to find was her backpack and a few belongings according to reports.
Aisha Kahn was married in July and stays in close contact with a wide circle of friends and relatives, family members said, so it’s highly unlikely she left voluntarily.
The family has printed about 5,000 fliers and has been distributing them in the Olathe and Overland Park area. The family is offering $10,000 for any tips that lead to Khan’s whereabouts.Aisha Kahn is 5' 2" inches tall, with dark brown hair, brown eyes and glasses. She wore a black jacket beneath a longer black and white coat, police said, and she may have been wearing her glasses.
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