Police Press Conference Focuses on Missing JCCC Student



Overland Park Police department held a 3 pm press conference to discuss the disappearance of Aisha Khan, a Johnson County Community College student who has been missing since Friday.

Chief John Douglas said there is no evidence that Aishsa’s disappearance is an abduction. He also said there is no evidence that Aisha left on her own. Right now they are not ruling anything out.

Construction workers working last Friday at the University of Kansas’ Edwards Campus, where Aisha disappeared, reported seeing someone who looked like the victim walking away from the area. Aisha was taking classes that met on KU’s Edwards Campus.

Aisha’s parents addressed the media asking for the safe return of their daughter and to be kept in everyone’s prayers.

Douglas said  four FBI agents have joined the investigation logging more than 400 hours on the case so far.

He added that Aisha’s husband is not considered a suspect nor have there been reports of suspicious vehicles in the area. Investigators are analyzing the voice message she left for clues.

“One of our own is missing,” Douglas said. “In case she’s in trouble, we want to find her.” 


NBC Action News 6 pm broadcast


Fox 4 News 6 pm broadcast


KMBC News 6 pm broadcast

CNN’s ISSUES with Jane Velez-Mitchell featured Aisha’s story

Watch the segment here.


ABC News features Aisha on it’s homepage


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