Orange City, Iowa — A missing Sioux Falls woman has been reported to have been in northwest Iowa.
According to Sioux Falls Police Department spokesman Sam Clemens, 76-year-old Kathryn Butler of Sioux Falls went missing last week. Before she was seen in northwest Iowa, she was last seen on Wednesday, April 24th at 18th Street and Bahnson Avenue in Sioux Falls in the 9 a.m. hour.
But Clemens says that they found out on Tuesday that Butler’s credit card had been used at an Orange City gas station that same day, in the 3 pm hour. He says they also have surveillance video showing her inside the store.
He says range-wise she could be a long distance from the area, but they’d still like people to keep an eye out for her. He says she was driving a gold Jeep with Lincoln County, South Dakota plates, starting with “44.” He says if you see her, to call local law enforcement.
According to Clemmens, they’re looking for Butler because she has some medical issues and needs to take medication that she apparently left at home, and her family is concerned.