FAIRFIELD, Ohio (AP) - Authorities are still searching for a young southern Ohio woman who went missing one year ago.
A year ago Monday was the last time Katelyn Markham was seen. The Fairfield woman turned 22 three days later.
Fairfield Police Chief Mike Dickey said leads poured in by the dozens right after she vanished. But they have dwindled since then. One detective is assigned to the case, Dickey says, and there's still a $50,000 reward for information.
The Hamilton JournalNews reports that Markham did not show up for work Aug. 14, 2011, at a mall bridal shop. She left her car, her keys, her dog, and all personal belongings except her cellphone.
Her phone was turned off in the early morning hours of Aug 14.
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