Missing in Kansas: Melinda Horn found safe

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Melinda Horn, who was reported missing early this year in Wichita, has been found safe, Wichita Police confirms.


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Police are hoping to find a south-central Kansas woman who may be in need of medical help.
 

Melinda Horn, 45, went missing around 4 p.m. on Jan. 7. She was walking south of the Casey’s General Store near Meridian and I-235 in Wichita. She was last seen wearing a dark hoodie, jeans, tennis shoes with pink on them and carrying three bags, including a purse. She may suffer from an undiagnosed medical condition that may cause her to be paranoid.


MELINDA KAYE HORN

Missing from: Wichita, Kan.

Missing since: Jan. 7, 2019

Age when missing: 45

Height: 5’8’’

Weight: 130 pounds

Hair: Long, dark-blonde

Eyes: Blue

Distinguishing marks: Wears glasses


If you have information that could help the case, contact the Maize Police Department at (316) 722-1433.

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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