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Katrina Kinsey, 18: Father Returned Home & She Was Gone
Although it is reported that Katrina Kinsey vanished last year, there is very little information available regarding her case. News reports of the 18-year-old’s missing person case do not seem to exist, but several agencies have stated that the last time Katrina was seen was on August 14, 2021, in Jackson, Mississippi.
Katrina lived at home with her father in the bustling state capital and one day, he returned home after working an overnight shift. He told authorities he saw his daughter the prior evening as he was preparing and leaving for work, but the nature of their last conversation is unknown. Reports simply state that when Katrina’s father returned home, she was not there. It is unclear how long she had been gone before he reported her as an official missing person.
Details regarding the life of Katrina Kinsey are unknown, as are her family and social relationships. The teen seems to have kept her social media pages private, as expected, but because there have not been substantial news reports about this case, it has been impossible to gauge the nature and status of the investigation, in addition to hearing directly from her loved ones about who Katrina is as a person.
Katrina Kinsey, age 18, missing from Jackson, Mississippi since August 2020. 5'7 – 5'0, 170 pounds. Black hair, brown eyes. pic.twitter.com/X3rjay7mRg
— Megan (@musingsofmegan) September 21, 2021
At the time of her disappearance, Katrina Kinsey stood 5 feet 7 inches to 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighed 170 to 175 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing pajamas or “sleeping clothes.” Any distinguishing marks or identifiable scars are unknown.
Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the Jackson Police Department at (601) 960-1234 or their local authorities. The agency case number is 2020-119214.
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