Get updates on the personal case of Kayla Gabel’s disappearance as it looks like there have been some developments in the case recently. But has it been discovered?
Kayla Gabel, a 28-year-old woman from Shakopee, Minnesota, has been missing since November 9, 2023. He was last seen driving a white Ford Explorer with license plate NKT-967.
His family and friends are desperately searching for him and police are asking for the public’s help in finding him.
The neighborhood offered prayers and support along with Kayla’s family and friends. He also expressed disappointment and anger over the lack of progress in the case.
They demand additional action and headlines from the government and media. Kayla is a Native American girl who belongs to the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe.
According to the National Crime Information Center, Native American women are disproportionately represented among missing people in the US, making up 0.8% of the population, but making up 1.8% of missing persons cases in 2020.
Kayla Gabel Missing Update 2023: Any Hints or Hints?
As of November 10, 2023, there was no update on Gabel’s Kayla location or condition.
The Shakopee Police Department has not released information about possible suspects, motives or evidence related to her disappearance.
They just urged anyone who saw their car to contact them or call 911 immediately.
Kayla’s family and friends also used social media platforms to spread the word and ask for help.
They shared photos and videos of Kayla, as well as messages of affection and hope. They also organized a search party to search for him at places where he might have visited.
Kayla’s best friend and sister, Mikayla Clark, posted a heartfelt message on Facebook, reading, “Praying for my best friend/sister, Kayla Gabel.
If anyone has heard about her or seen her, please contact me, her fiancé or any of her relatives.
How did Kayla Gabel disappear? Mysterious disappearance of 28-year-old girl from Shakopee
According to her family and friends, Kayla Gabel was a content and happy woman who loved life and had a bright future ahead of her.
He was married and worked steadily as a dental assistant. He had no known enemy or problem that could make him disappear.
On Wednesday night, November 9, 2023, Kayla left her home in Shakopee at 9 p.m., telling the groom she would meet a friend for dinner and would return early.
He never returned home and never contacted anyone again. Her phone was last seen at 10 p.m. near Prior Lake, about 10 miles from Shakopee
After this he became silent. His family and friends tried calling and messaging him, but there was no response. They became worried and reported her missing to the police the next morning.
Since then there was no trace of Kayla or her car. Police have not said whether they have any evidence or theories about what happened to him.
They only said they were treating her case as a missing persons investigation.
Some have suggested that Kayla’s case has been ignored or dismissed because of her race or background.
Others have pointed out that Kayla’s case is not unique or isolated, but rather part of a larger sample of missing and murdered indigenous women (MMIW) in the US and Canada.
According to a report by the Urban Indian Institute of Health, there were 506 cases of MMIW in 71 cities across the US in 2016. Yet, only 116 were entered into the Justice Department’s database.
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