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Police Asking For Publics Help In Missing Person Case

By: Andy Cunningham Email
By: Andy Cunningham Email

It's been more then a month since Patricia Last went missing from her Woodford County farm.

Versailles Police are pleading with the public for help after more items from the woman's home have come up missing.

Police are asking anyone who may have received or purchased items from Richard Kincaid recently to contact them.

They believe Kincaid, who was a former employee at the farm may behind the thefts.

Some of the items missing include; jewelry, family heirlooms and antiques.

Kincaid has already been arrested and charged with stealing some of Last's property after they found several of her missing possessions at Kincaid's Mercer County residence.

"This is a big puzzle right now," said Officer Pat Melton with the Versailles Police Department. "We are looking for anything right now that might lead to some answers."

At this time Kincaid has not been named a suspect in the disappearance of Last, but police do consider him a person of interest in the case.

Last's family is offering a 25-thousand dollar reward for information into her disappearance.

To reach the Versailles Police Department call (859) 873-3126.


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