What is known about Madeline Kingsbury after one month absent

What is known about Madeline Kingsbury after one month absent

Madeline Kingsbury Missing Winona MN: One month has passed since Madeline Kingsbury, a woman from Winona, mysteriously vanished. Although no one has been arrested or named a suspect, investigators claim that this case is still very active and open. This timeline shows what happened in Kingsbury’s case. After taking her two children off at daycare on Friday morning, March 31, Madeline was last seen.

A van resembling Madeline’s, a 2014 dark blue Town & Country Chrysler, was seen traveling down Highway 47 in the direction of Filmore and Houston Counties on the day she vanished. This van’s operator is still a mystery. Madeline was listed as a missing person in danger on April 3rd, and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension officially opened an investigation. Up until Wednesday, April 5, when they held their first news briefing, investigators kept quiet. Tom Williams, the chief of police, declared Madeline’s disappearance to be sudden and suspicious.

The phone, wallet, and jacket belonging to Madeline were all discovered inside her house, it was stated at the press conference. At the press conference, Madeline’s family, who were present, offered a $50,000 reward for information leading to her location. Over 1,500 volunteers participated in a massive search for Madeline that was organized by investigators on Friday, April 7.
There had been no communication from Adam Fravel, the father of Madeline’s two children, until this moment.

Megan Kingsbury, Madeline’s sister, said they haven’t spoken to him. Fravel’s lawyer issued a statement on his behalf on Wednesday, April 12, claiming that his client had nothing to do with Madeline’s disappearance and that he wanted the mother of his children to come home safely. Law enforcement has been conducting searches during this time, and on social media, volunteer groups have expanded.

Most recently, searching around the former Whispering Hills Girl Scout camp for the part that will provide an explanation. The family is making every effort to be patient, even if there are still many unresolved questions. Megan Kingsbury, Madeline’s sister, stated, “If they have any new leads or anything like that, they haven’t until they kind of see it through, but we haven’t heard anything new on that.” Megan mentioned that she had felt numb during the waiting process.