FAIRFIELD, Ohio (AP) -- People involved in the search for a missing southwest Ohio woman are complaining that hundreds of signs have disappeared with her photo and other information.
Volunteer Denise Bedell tells Cincinnati's WLWT-TV ( http://bit.ly/pTADOn ) she's mad because fliers for garage sales stay up longer than the signs asking for help finding Katelyn (KAYT'-lin) Markham. The 22-year-old was last seen Aug. 13 at her home in Fairfield, near Cincinnati.
Fairfield's Building and Zoning department denies its employees are tearing the signs off trees and utility poles. Department officials say they issued a memo on Aug. 20 saying the fliers should be left alone.
Another organized search for Markham was scheduled for Thursday. It was to include a Texas-based group that has assisted in other high-profile missing person cases.
Information from: WLWT-TV, http://www.wlwt.com