She Vanished After Visiting A Man’s Home One Afternoon: He Began Remodeling His Bathroom, And Then Her Blood Was Later Found On A Neighbor’s Garbage Can Lid

The following morning, Kianna’s mother headed out for work at about 7:00 a.m. on May 6. Beforehand, the pair chatted as usual, and everything appeared fine– with Kianna reportedly seeming to be in a cheerful mood.

Then, at 12:30 p.m., Kianna left her house and told her younger sister she planned to meet some friends at a park three blocks away– known as Jim Hansen Park. She also planned to return home a few hours later.

But Kianna never arrived back at her house that afternoon, and she has never been seen or heard from again.

Two days later, Kianna’s mother contacted the South Elgin Police Department on May 8, 2016, to file a missing person report after failing to locate her daughter.

Kianna vanished without her purse, wallet, or cell phone charger. She also did not have a bank account, car, or access to any credit cards.

Once Kianna was reported missing, an investigation was launched. And on November 8, 2016, police officers executed a search warrant at a man’s home located on the 800 block of Revere Road.

At that point, authorities believed Kianna had been a victim of aggravated battery and murder. So, during the search, investigators were looking for any clothing, fingerprints, or other pieces of evidence.

It remains unknown what results, if any, the search effort yielded.

Kianna’s cell phone and Facebook message records from the day she went missing showed that she had planned to visit a male who lived in the basement of a Revere Road to make a purchase.

Just after leaving her home that afternoon, she messaged the man at 12:35 p.m. to inform him that she was on her way over.

Following that text, however, no other messages were ever sent from Kianna’s phone. The device was also disconnected from its cellular network at 1:10 p.m.

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