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Rhonda Day missing from Kentucky

Rhonda Day

Missing Person Kentucky Rhonda Day

Rhonda Day has been missing from Lebanon Junction, Kentucky since July 28, 2018. She was last seen on Marie Anna Drive in PRP. Her car was found about a mile away on Cane Run Road.

Rhonda Day
Rhonda Day

Her son, Ryan posted on Facebook:

“MISSING! Since July 28th
My mother Rhonda Day (also has a profile as Unity Sanchez)has been missing. If anyone has heard or seen her since Saturday night please message myself or Miranda Rose Lasley. Last known location was in the PRP area in Louisville KY.
Drives a blue Chevy Aveo there is damage on driver’s side doors and fenders; driver’s side rear door is missing the door handle.
Please share. Thanks in advance.”

Ryan also wanted the public to know they will be doing another search for Rhonda on Saturday, August 8.

“We will be doing another search this Saturday 8-11-2018
Unless she is found before so.
We could use any help we can get. If you believe you can help please comment below. I will notify everyone when we know the exact location and time we will be meeting.

She was last seen on Marie Anna Dr in the PRP area of Louisville KY on 7-28-18. Her car was found 1.3 miles from the last known location that she was seen.”

If you have any information on her whereabouts, call the Lebanon Junction Police Department, Bullitt County Sheriff or Kentucky State Police.

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America and Missing Texas Forty.

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