Update: Missing Elkhorn teen reportedly found
Update: 5:15 p.m. Thursday. Several family members of Keely Alder, the 15-year-old from Elkhorn who was reported missing from the Kansas treatment home where she had been staying, are reporting that she has been found. Milwaukee's TMJ also posted a Tweet late Thursday saying Alder had been found. No more details have been reported.
The vigil planned for this evening at St. Patrick's is still on, according to a Facebook post attributed to Elkhorn resident Cindy Baur.
ELKHORN -- A prayer service and vigil for Keely Alder, the missing 15-year-old daughter of an Elkhorn family, will be held tonight, April 12, at 6:30 p.m. at St. Patrick's Church, 107 W. Walworth, Elkhorn.
Keely was last seen in the Walmart store at 77th Street and Frontage Road at Overland Park in Merriam, Kansas, Sunday night. Store security cameras showed her in the store's parking lot and walking toward the back of the store.
According to police, she had run away from The House of Hope, a faith-based treatment program for teens.
She isn't familiar with the Kansas City area, and has no means of transportation.
Keely was seen wearing an orange/pink blouse, grey sweat pants, white sneakers, and a grey hoodie with dark lining.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts should call her family at (262) 661-2053 , the Johnson County (Kansas) at (913) 782-0720, 24-hour dispatch, or Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS.