Indiana State Police announce search for missing local woman

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Indiana State Police is helping Richmond Police Department search for a woman who didn't come home after telling family she was going to stop at an I-70 exit in eastern Henry County on Saturday night.

Investigators with the Indiana State Police are still attempting to locate a Richmond woman who was reported missing on Saturday, May 1.

Mikaela Grace Estes was traveling from Indianapolis to her home in Richmond along Interstate 70 that day.

Family members told investigators Estes called and told them she was planning to stop for fuel at the 131-mile marker (Wilbur Wright Road) exit at approximately 8:30 p.m.   between New Castle and Cambridge City.

She was driving a silver 2016 Chrysler 200 with an unknown Indiana temporary license plate.

Richmond Police Department took the initial missing person report. However, RPD asked for assistance when the investigation revealed Estes’ last known location was in Henry County.

Indiana State Police investigators have been able to confirm Estes was in Columbus, Ohio, at approximately 1 p.m. Sunday, May 2.

They are still attempting to locate her to determine whether she is there of her own free will.

Estes is 27 years old. She is 5’ 3” and weighs 140 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes.

Those who have any information that might lead to Estes’ discovery are urged to contact Sgt. Scott Jarvis at the Indiana State Police Pendleton Post via phone at 765- 778-2121 or 1-800-527-4752.

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