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LDS Church Asks for Public’s Help in Locating Missing Missionary

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UPDATE: Sister Kang was found unharmed Thursday afternoon. More info here.

Through Deseret News, Church spokesman Eric Hawkins issued a call to the public to help find Sister Heeji Nada Kang, a missionary who went missing Monday evening from the Utah Ogden Mission. The statement reads:

“Sister Kang was last seen on Monday evening when she left on foot from her apartment in Ogden. No foul play is suspected, but Sister Kang was emotionally distressed when she was last seen. The Ogden Police were notified Monday evening. We pray she is safe and will be found quickly.”

Both police and missionaries are actively searching for Sister Kang. If you know anything about Sister Kang’s whereabouts, please contact Ogden police detective Larry Lewis at 801-629-8438 or the Ogden dispatch at 801-395-8221.

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