DENISON, Iowa (KTIV) – Authorities in Crawford County have located Mackenzie Godden safe and sound. Crawford Emergency Management wants to thank everyone for their help.
DENISON, Iowa (KTIV) – Authorities are still seeking the public’s help in locating Mackenzie Godden.
Authorities say they have over 500 volunteers on foot, horseback and riding ATV’s searching the area.
Police began an initial search area of a half mile around the house and after thoroughly searching that area, expanded the search.
If you are able to volunteer, Crawford Country Emergency Management has set up a command center at Crawford County Memorial Hospital, volunteers are asked to report there first to check in.
Mackenzie was last seen wearing a maroon unicorn shirt and gray pants, and is believed to be barefoot.
A number of agencies are assisting in the search, including:
- Denison Police Department
- Crawford County Sheriff’s Office
- Harrison County Sheriff’s Office
- Crawford Emergency Management Agency
- Harrison Emergency Management Agency
- Shelby Emergency Management Agency
- Carroll Emergency Management Agency
- Denison Fire Rescue
- Crawford County Fire Rescue
- Iowa Division of Criminal Investigations
- Iowa State Patrol
- U.S. Department of Interior
DENISON, Iowa (KTIV) – Police in Denison, Iowa are searching for a missing child.
On Friday, June 25, shortly before 9 pm, the Crawford County Communications Center received a call about a missing girl from the 100 block of Oak Ridge Drive.
When police arrived, they were told that Mackenzie “Kensie” Godden, a white female approximately 6-years-old, was missing.
She was last seen wearing a maroon unicorn shirt and gray pants. All the fire departments in Crawford County responded to assist with the search as well as Crawford County EMA, Shelby County EMA, and the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office.
During an overnight search, officials did not find her and resumed searching in the daytime.
If members of the public wish to assist in the search, police are asking them to report to the parking lot at Crawford County Memorial Hospital at 10 a.m.
Volunteers are asked not to search on their own. They will be directed to be a part of a search team by incident command.
If anyone has information regarding her disappearance, they are asked to contact the police department at 712-263-3195, or call 911.
This is part of an active investigation and further information will be released as it becomes available.
In a previous news release, authorities identified Mackenzie as a 4-year-old. They have since updated that release and this article now reflects the latest information.
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