Find Missing Emily, Aimee N Christin Utter! ***(HAPPY UPDATE: FOUND SAFE!)***

Triple Disappearance, Missing From Foster Care, Endangered Runaways

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Find Missing Emily, Aimee N Christin Utter!
These are three sisters who are missing
Out of foster care.
Have they run away from their foster home?
What are they running from?

Find Missing Emily, Aimee N Christin Utter!

Find Missing Emily, Aimee N Christin Utter! Emily Utter, Aimee Utter, and Christn Utter are missing out of foster care. They live in the same foster home. Reportedly, a desperate search is underway in Kansas and Missouri for these three sisters. The three sisters vanished from the City of Tonganoxie in Leavenworth County, Kansas on August 26, 2017. Police state that there is no reason to believe that Emily, Aimee, or Christin were abducted.

Find Missing Emily, Aimee N Christin Utter!
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Police state that there have been many leads in this case. But they have been unable to locate Emily, Aimee, or Christin. It is believed that they left their foster home willingly. And it is believed to be a coordinated disappearance. It is believed that these three missing sisters may be in Kansas City, Missouri. Or they may still be in the Tonganoxie, Kansas area.Reportedly, Emily, Aimee, and Christin have ties to the the Kansas City area.

Find Missing Emily, Aimee N Christin Utter!

All three sisters are Caucasian females. Emily Kay Lynette Utter is 15 years old. She is described as 5’0″ tall, and 130 pounds. Emily has blonde hair (other agencies list it as brown) and brown eyes. Aimee Lynn Utter is 14 years old. She is 5’2” tall and 140 pounds. Aimee has light brown hair and brown eyes. Christin Nicole Utter is 12 years old. She is 5’4” tall and 125 pounds. Christin has blonde hair and brown eyes. Reportedly, all three girls wear glasses. It is unknown what any of them were wearing when last seen.

HAPPY UPDATE: All three girls have been found safe and a person of interest is being questioned. Click here to read the article.

Find Missing Emily, Aimee N Christin Utter!

This is not a typical family abduction. Emily, Aimee, and Christin are missing from foster care and it is believed that they ran away. And as all three of them have disappeared, it sounds coordinated. It is sad, first of all, that they are in foster care in the first place. These sisters do have a family, although that situation is unknown. We always talk about bringing missing people home. These sisters have no home to go to, only a foster home. So can “bringing them home” be used in terms of Emily, Aimee, or Christin? What is needed is to locate them safe and sound. And then they can get the help and support they deserve.

Someone knows something! Do you have any piece of information as to the whereabouts of Emily Utter? Amiee Utter?
Christin Utter? Have you seen them? You are urged to contact the Tonganoxie Police Department at: (913) 369-3754
or 9-1-1.

This article confirms the missing status of Emily, Aimee, and Christin Utter. Click here to read the article.

The top image and additional information are courtesy of Kansas Missing and Unsolved

The second image and additional information are courtesy of Locate the Missing.

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I'm a Christian, meaning that I have a relationship with God, through trust in HIs Son Jesus. I'm a pro-life blogger, and I have three websites, focused on the sanctity of life. The first one is, which is specific to calling for an end to abortion through educating people about alternatives and pro-life news and opinions. The second site,, is also devoted to ending abortion through reaching out to moms in crisis and educating them on alternatives. This second site has the broader aim of celebrating the sanctity of all human life. Born and unborn. I want to reach a broad audience through the second site. The third site,, is devoting to finding missing persons, identifying the unidentified, and bringing justice to victims of crime.

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