MISSING IN KANSAS: Alexyss Coleman found safe

Posted: Updated:

The Wichita Police Department confirms teenager Alexyss Coleman has been found safe. She ran away from home recently.
 


PREVIOUS STORY

A Kansas family is hoping you can help them find their teenager Alexyss Coleman. She was last seen on Feb. 13 in south Wichita. She willingly left her family home, according to police, but they would like to locate her safe.


ALEXYSS COLEMAN

Missing from: Wichita, Kan.

Missing since: Feb. 13, 2019

Age when reported missing: 16

Height: 4’9’’

Weight: 120 pounds

Hair: Brown

Eyes: Brown

Distinguishing marks: has bull-nose piercing, tattoo on right forearm/wrist area, which reads “my only sunshine.”

Last seen wearing: a white and blue pullover sweatshirt, grey leggings and black Vans tennis shoes; carrying cloth navy and white bag with tan horizontal stripes, and the bag has a light tan leather closing flap.


If you have information that could help the case, contact the Wichita Police Department at (316) 660-9456.

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.

  • NEWSNewsMore>>

  • Kansas man dies in motorcycle crash

    Kansas man dies in motorcycle crash

    The Kansas Highway Patrol said a Chevy Silverado pulling a trailer was turning left onto a county road when a Harley-Davidson struck the trailer. 

    The Kansas Highway Patrol said a Chevy Silverado pulling a trailer was turning left onto a county road when a Harley-Davidson struck the trailer. 

  • MISSING IN KANSAS: Patience Hanover

    MISSING IN KANSAS: Patience Hanover

    A Wichita family is hoping people can be on the lookout for Patience Hanover. 

    A Wichita family is hoping people can be on the lookout for Patience Hanover. 

  • Clearwater community comes together for solutions to a dangerous intersection

    Community members in Clearwater are fed up with what they're calling a dangerous intersection.  An accident at 71st and 135th recently injured 9 people, most of them children.  The intersection of 71st and 135th is the main way both in and out of Clearwater. As accident after accident happens, citizens are demanding solutions to a safer intersection. 

    Community members in Clearwater are fed up with what they're calling a dangerous intersection.  An accident at 71st and 135th recently injured 9 people, most of them children.  The intersection of 71st and 135th is the main way both in and out of Clearwater. As accident after accident happens, citizens are demanding solutions to a safer intersection. 

Check out these photos from across KAKEland snapped by our viewers, staff and local officials. Do you have pictures to share with us? Email them to news@kake.com.

MORE SLIDESHOWS HERE