FAIRFIELD, Ohio (AP) - Police are still pursuing tips and developing leads in a southwest Ohio city where a young woman disappeared three months ago.
Volunteers still search, but in handfuls instead of hundreds, for Katelyn Markham. She was last seen late the night of Aug. 13 at her townhome, and a cellphone that apparently was turned off is the only item missing.
Police chief Mike Dickey says investigators continue to work regularly on trying to find the 22-year-old described as hard-working and responsible. Her fiance had reported her missing after seeing her car still at home the next day, with her purse and dog inside the home.
Police say they can't conclude that a crime was committed. However, the chief says they think foul play is more likely than not.
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