The family of 19-year-old Aisha Khan, who went missing Friday, has announced that the Kelsey Smith Foundation is helping the family in their search of the Olathe teen.
Greg and Missey Smith of the Kelsey Smith foundation met with Fozia and Amanat Khan, parents of Khan, to support them and coordinate new efforts in her search.
The Smiths are the parents of 18-year-old Kelsey Smith, who came into light when she was kidnapped on June 2, 2007, from a Target store parking lot in Overland Park, Kansas.
On June 6, 2007, Kelsey was found raped and murdered near a lake in Missouri.
Investigators have been looking for Khan since Friday afternoon. Khan was studying at the University of Kansas Edwards Campus for her finals when she left a disturbing voicemail to her elder sister Faiza Khan saying that she had slapped a drunken man who tried to kiss her.
When Faiza drove to the university to get her, she only found her book, bag and cell phone, but the police, who don’t seem to have acknowledged the evidence, said that there have been no developments in the case.
However, Khan’s family believes that she was abducted from the university.