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Female Student Missing

Ferris freshman last seen on Wednesday

by Published: Dec 7, 2013

UPDATE: Kathryn Stahlheber has been found safe http://​www​.fsu​torch​.com/​2​0​1​3​/​1​2​/​0​8​/​n​e​w​s​/​m​i​s​s​i​n​g​-​g​i​r​l​-​f​o​u​nd/

Kathryn Stahlheber

Kathryn Stahlheber

Ferris fresh­man Kathryn Stahlheber has not been seen since Wednesday, Dec. 4, and her mother, Karen Johnson, is ask­ing for help in find­ing her.

Stahlheber, 18, of Grandview, Texas, was last seen by friends on Wednesday, Dec. 4. Her cell phone has not had any activ­ity since 11:45 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 5, accord­ing to Johnson, who con­tacted the Torch.

A miss­ing per­son report was filed with the Ferris Department of Public Safety at approx­i­mately 8 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 6, accord­ing to Johnson. DPS Director Bruce Borkovich con­firmed the report.

Borkovich said Stahlheber report­edly told friends she was plan­ning to go away for a few days with a friend. At this time, DPS does not know the iden­tity of Stahlheber’s friend or how long she planned to be away.

Stahlheber is a white female, 5 feet 9 inches tall, about 150 pounds, with red shoulder-length hair and blue eyes. She is a res­i­dent of Clark Hall.

“We’re doing every­thing we can on our end, and we’re hope­ful we can get ahold of her so she can let her fam­ily and friends know where she is,” Borkovich said.

Anyone with infor­ma­tion regard­ing the where­abouts of Kathryn Stahlheber is asked to con­tact DPS dis­patch at (231) 591‑5000. Information can also be reported anony­mously by call­ing (231) 591‑5900 or by send­ing an email to BulldogsTextTip@ferris.edu.