Still no leads in the disappearance of Mankato woman missing nearly two weeks

It’s been almost two weeks since anyone has heard from a 46-year-old woman from Mankato, and police continue to gather evidence into her disappearance. Mankato Police Commander Dan Schisel said, “We are looking for any tips and leads in the whereabouts of Wendy Khan.”

Missing Mankato woman 46-year-old Wendy Khan.

Khan last had contact with her daughter on June 1st and has not been in touch with friends or family since. Her car was found on June 7th near the CVS off of Madison Avenue.

The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has also issued an alert in the effort to find Khan but Schisel said, “We have no new leads in this. We have received a few tips but those tips have been followed up on and nothing has been confirmed sightings.”

Khan is 5’06”, 180 pounds, with green eyes and red hair.

Anyone that has seen her or knows where she might be is asked contact the Mankato Department of Public Safety or call 911.

 

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