Text message about possible self-harm leads to missing person advisory in Kansas City

| April 17, 2017
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UPDATE: 10:30 p.m. – The missing individuals were reported found and unharmed Monday evening by Kansas City Police.

JACKSON COUNTY Mo. – The Kansas City Mo. Police Department has issued an endangered person advisory for 2 area residents Monday, April 17, 2017.

According to the press release KCPD personnel are searching for Myisha McFarland, 29, and daughter Cierra McFarland, 6.

Both are described as black females. Myisha is 5’5″ tall weighing 140 pounds with black hair, brown eyes, and medium complexion. Cierra is 4 feet tall, 80 pounds, with black hair, brown eyes, and medium complexion. The type of clothing the individuals are wearing is unknown.

According to the KCPD Myisha sent a text message to an acquaintance stating she planned to harm herself and her daughter. Subsequent attempts to reestablish contact with Myisha McFarland have failed.


They may be in a vehicle described as a blue 2004 Mazda 6 with Missouri license plate A K 0-G 7 N. It was last seen at the intersection of Blue Ridge and Longview Road just after 2 o’clock Monday afternoon.

Anyone seeing these missing persons or their vehicle are urged to contact local law enforcement immediately.

Kansas City Mo. Police Department; 816-234-5150.

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