The cell phone of a missing 19-year-old woman from Kansas shows that an intoxicated man had been harassing her.
The Kansas City Star reports that Johnson County Community College student, Aisha Khan, has been missing since 11:00 a.m. Friday, where she was last seen studying for finals at the University of Kansas Edwards Campus.
Around 30 police officers were deployed to search for Khan this weekend with the family believing that the intoxicated man may have abducted her.
According to Khan's sister Faiza, she received a series of texts including one that said she slapped the man. "There's a creepy guy that just came up to me, and he was harassing me," said the first text.
Khan revealed the location to her sister, but when Faiza arrived the only thing she could find was her sister's backpack and cell phone.
"We need everybody to be thinking about Aisha all of the time," said Khan's uncle Adil Sheikh, reported The Kansas City Star.
A Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Help-Find-Aisha-Khan/218201234921771?sk=info) and a Twitter (https://twitter.com/FindAisha), has been made in an attempt to further help find Khan and send support to the family.
According to the groups, the family is offering a $10,000 reward for any information that could bring Khan back home.
Facebook offers a full description of the missing woman – "Description: 5'2, 120 lbs, Dark Brown... Hair, Brown Eyes, Glasses. Aisha Khan was last seen wearing black sweat pants, yellow/black shirt, black scarf, black regular length jacket, and black/white long outer coat."
For any relevant information to the case the family lists the social media pages or 816-474-TIPS as the best way to contact them.