Mother Of Missing Winchester Woman Asking For Help

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Updated: 7/17/2013 9:25 am
A mother is still missing in Winchester.

Kyla Kline, 25, was last seen July 3rd on Madison Street.

Her mother, Lois Kline, said her daughter was on her way to see her kids when she disappeared.

Since then, she said they've looked high and low for the missing mother.

"We've gone everywhere that, you know, we can possibly think of. I've asked strangers, you know, have you seen this girl?," said Kline.

Winchester police are investigating. If you have any information that could help, contact them at (859) 745-7400.
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