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Jena Chisholm missing: Dog, car reportedly found in Las Vegas

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New details are emerging regarding missing Jena Chisholm, a Kentucky woman who was last seen by her family before Christmas. Fox5 Vegas shared the latest details on Jan. 3.

Jena Chisholm, 20, has not been seen since Dec. 19. The family says that she has been undergoing an evaluation regarding her mental health. Chisholm left a note for her father indicating she would be home for a Dec. 26 doctor's appointment. Unfortunately, she has not returned and has not been in contact with her family.

The family used the Find My iPhone app to see she traveled through Albuquerque, Los Angeles and Las Vegas after leaving Kentucky, and new leads have shown she definitely was recently in Las Vegas. Jena Chisholm's dog Chamber was found in a Las Vegas hotel room, and Fox5 reports that Chisholm's Volkswagen Beetle has now been found there as well.

Anybody who has any information regarding Jena Chisholm is encouraged to call the Las Vegas Metro police at 702-828-3111. The Facebook page run by the family also notes that people can call Crimestoppers at 702-385-5555.



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