Missing Person Illinois Cheyann Klus
Cheyann Klus, 22, is missing from Downers Grove, Ill. since November 27, 2017. Authorities investigated her disappearance and found that she had been on social media on Nov. 29 and had gone to the 2100 block of North Kilburn in Chicago on December 1, to see a friend. Then on December 11, a 911 phone call came from Cheyann’s phone but the phone went dead.
On the Find Cheyann Klus Facebook page it reads;
November 29, 2017 last seen by friends and on social media
December 12 2017 reported to police by a family member
DuPage County Sheriffs Office reacted THAT DAY
It takes up to weeks to get phone and social media records.
Phone records show last phone contact was November 29
Next phone record 911 call which was hung up before dispatcher could answer
Phone pinged in a Forest preserve which has been combed over 100 times by Law enforcement, Search and Rescue teams, Missing Persons Awareness Network NFP and people that want to know.
That call was made by someone using her phone not necessarily Cheyann.
That 911 call was made December 11th.
There has been no activity otherwise.
Detectives have worked this case thoroughly and we have absolute knowledge of this.
There are no named suspects.
The person she was known to be with last is in jail for unrelated charges.
This person has complied with all of the Sheriffs requests.
To date we are unaware of any leads that has brought anyone any closer to finding Cheyann.
With that said this page is for informational purposes only
She’s described as 5’5”, 115 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with any information on her whereabouts, is asked to contact the DuPage County Sheriff’s office.
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