Ohio woman Katelyn Markham has been missing for more than a week from her Fairfield townhouse and now a $3,000 reward is being offered for information on Markham’s disappearance.
Searches have already been conducted for the missing woman from the air, water and ground but nothing has turned up, but investigators have removed items from her Dorshire Drive residence.
Markham was last seen on August 13 and was reported missing by her fiance, John Carter, on August 14.
Police have said there has been no evidence of foul play at Markham’s home, but investigators are not ruling out the possibility.
Markham’s car was still at her residence and her keys and purse had been left behind. The only item that appears to be missing, according to her family, is her cell phone. Her dog was found locked in her bedroom.
Markham is scheduled to graduate from the Art Institute of Cincinnati in September. She turned 22 last week.
Markham lived with her father who wasn’t home the Saturday night she is believed to have gone missing.
Police are asking anyone with information on Katelyn Markham’s disappearance to call them at 513-829-8201.