Missing in Kansas: Ashley Caldwell missing since May 2017

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The family of Ashley Caldwell is hoping someone can come forward with details on what happened to her.

Ashley was last seen in Wichita on May 28, 2017. She’s a mother of five kids and was very social, a cousin told KAKE News.

Her cousin, who we are not identifying, said they spoke to Ashley regularly. They saw Ashley a week before she went missing. She was supposed to testify in a trial, her cousin said.

Family believes someone may have harmed Ashley.

*In a prior update, KAKE News had reported Ashley was found. The case was cleared, but we're told there is still an active attempt to locate her. We sincerely regret this error.


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The family of Ashley Caldwell is worried about where she is today. Ashley was last seen in Wichita on May 28, 2017.


ASHLEY CALDWELL

Missing from: Wichita, Kan.

Missing since: May 28, 2017

Age: 29

Height: 5’2’’

Weight: 130 pounds

Hair: Brown

Eyes: Brown


If you have information that could help in the case, contact Wichita Police at (316) 268-4111.

KAKE News will feature the story of a missing person every weekday in our newscasts at 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. If you have a person you’d like for us to share a story about, please contact Anchor Annette Lawless at alawless@kake.com.

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