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Missing Person Michigan Kaitlyn Leonard

January 7, 2019 – Kaitlyn Leonard has been located in Mt. Pleasant, Texas and is with authorities.  She went to a local business and asked for help and called her mother.

Kristi posted at 6 p.m. that Kaitlyn had reached out to her and she was excited.  She also thanked everyone for their help.

Caitlin’s sister posted on 8/8/18 that she is still missing

Kaitlyn’s mother has posted:

**Update 6/27/18 5:05pm**

Kaitlyn has **NOT** been found

Kaitlyn Leonard, 15, has been missing from her Arenac County home in Standish, Michigan since May 20, 2018.  She is believed to have left out of the window as the screen was removed, said Arenac County Undersheriff Don McIntyre. 

It is also believed someone helped her reports Michigan Live.   Kaitlyn left her cell phone behind but did take her backpack with her.

Kaitlyn who attends Standish-Sterling High School has not been on social media since May 20. (since this writing it appears she posted in mid-June.)

Kaitlyn Leonard
Kaitlyn Leonard

After her disappearance this was posted on her Facebook page around mid June:

Kaitlyn is 5’5” and 140 pounds. Her latest hair color was burgundy/pink, but she changes it frequently.The family has put up a website with photos and information.  They are also seeking tips.  If you have any information about Kaitlyn’s whereabouts, you can leave a tip here or call:

Arenac County Sheriff Office (989) 846-3002 – Case #18-4884
CFSI (Center For Search & Investigations for Missing Children) (512) 887-3519

Kaitlyn Leonard
Kaitlyn Leonard


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