The Sister Of Missing Madeline Kingsbury Is Optimistic Ahead Of A Police Announcement

Tuesday, as her sister voiced hope that Madeline Kingsbury would be found safely, authorities were expected to provide new material in the investigation into her disappearance.

The mother-of-two, Kingsbury, vanished on March 31 after leaving off her kids, aged 5 and 2, at daycare with their father in Winona, Minnesota. Kingsbury’s sister stated on Monday that she was still committed to finding the woman.

A day before Winona police were scheduled to provide an update in the case, her sister Megan remarked on ABC’s “Good Morning America”: “We adore her—and Maddi, we’re going to find you.”

The clinical research coordinator at the Mayo Clinic allegedly skipped work on the day of her disappearance and instead went home and texted her sister Megan one last, “goofy,” message.

Her children’s unidentified father claimed that he left their home at 10 a.m. and came back to an empty house. Police claimed Kingsbury’s disappearance was strange and that her phone, wallet, and jacket were still inside the home.

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Police reported that a minivan belonging to the family was seen on a local road around 10:30 am and again at 1:30 pm. Who was operating the vehicle wasn’t stated.

Police canceled a huge search last weekend that involved thousands of concerned volunteers.

When Madeline was unavailable to be reached to discuss their tentative plans for April 1, Megan claimed she became worried.

Alarm bells started to go off when I tried to phone, but no one answered, the distraught sister admitted to “GMA.”

“Why haven’t I heard from her?” is what’s going through your brain.

The two sisters had a close bond that was strengthened when Madeline gave birth to her first child and expanded “insurmountably,” as Megan put it.

She said, “She always kind of marched to the beat of her own drum.”

She is my closest pal. When she was younger, she had great humor. She like to choose her own outfits, and they were never coordinated. Also, Megan recalled that she adored wearing dark red lipstick that was usually on her teeth.

“She likes Lord of the Rings, we adore Harry Potter, and we love to bake. Also, we make an effort to go on dates where it is just the two of us.

The family of Kingsbury has made a $50,000 reward offer to anyone who can help them locate the missing woman.

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