Dow woman missing for 10 days, endangered
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By Carissa Sitki
A Jersey County woman has been missing for 10 days, and is believed to be in danger.
Kaila Marie Vincent-Vatole, 38, was last seen near her residence, around Little Piasa Road in Dow, on Sunday, Jan. 8, around 4 p.m. and is considered missing and endangered by the Missing Persons Awareness Network.
Vincent-Vatole is described as a white female who stands at 5’1” and weighs 95 pounds. She has hazel eyes and long wavy hair which has been dyed blond. Additionally, she has multiple tattoos on her neck, shoulders, arms, legs, hands, and fingers.
It was reported that Vincent-Vatole was last seen wearing a black hoodie, black sweatpants with white lettering down both sides of the legs, and white high top shoes. It was also noted in a Facebook post that Vincent-Vatole wears false teeth.
Vincent-Vatole’s sister, Angie Vincent-Bollinger said that her family is very concerned.
“It is not like her to go this long without reaching out to someone,” said Vincent-Bollinger. “I know her three kids are worried sick about her. Her whole family is.”
Vincent-Vatole’s daughter, Paige Bell, created a Facebook group called “Help find my mom Kaila Marie Vincent (Kai)” as a way to get the word out about her mother’s disappearance.
“I created this group to bring awareness to my mom Kaila Marie Vincent who has been missing since January 8th,” wrote Bell in a post. “It’s not like her to not reach out to family and loved ones or to not have her phone. I feel like something’s seriously wrong. We just want her home safe!”
The page can be viewed at facebook.com/groups/843989360223650/
Vincent-Bollinger said she is trying to get a search party together
“As soon as I can get everything in order— a lot of paperwork— to have a search and rescue, we will be seeking volunteers,” she said.
Anyone with information regarding Vincent-Vatole’s whereabouts should contact the Jersey County Sheriff’s Office at 618-498-6881.