‘I think they’re dead’ says family members of missing man, woman, baby

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Kaylie Bailey

Kaylie Bailey

OLATHE, Kan. — Olathe police said on Tuesday that a missing person report was filed on Friday for Kaylie Bailey, 21, and her one-year-old daughter, Lana.

Bailey was last seen on Wednesday and hadn’t shown up for work, police said.

Also on Friday, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department was provided an address as a possible destination for Bailey.

On Monday, three bodies were discovered at a farm near Ottawa in Franklin County. The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department said the victims are two men and a woman.

Related: Bodies of three adults found on Franklin County farm

Olathe police said the case remains under investigation and did not comment if the 21-year-old is somehow related to the three bodies found in rural Franklin County.

Meanwhile, family and friends feel frustrated without answers.

“I’m very concerned for my granddaughter. There have been 3 bodies found and no child. Where is she? What’s happening to her? Who has her? I’m very concerned, said Rachel Helms-Bailey, Kaylie’s mother.

The missing baby, Lana Bailey, is 18-months old. Her grandmother says she has sandy, blonde hair.

“My fear is that she’s dead,” said Helms-Bailey. “I have no faith in humanity. I have no faith in the police department who could’ve put this Amber Alert out when they found the infant’s socks in the drive after they found the bodies.”

She said Kaylie lived with her for five years and never missed a day of work.

Another mother is equally worried about her son.

“I think he’s up they’re dead and they won’t tell anybody,” said Carla Fisher, Steve White’s mother. White is another Ottawa-area man who has not been seen since last week.

“There’s a lot of sick people out there in this world that would just do anything,” Fisher said.

If you have information about the investigation, police ask you to call the TIPS hotline at 816-474-TIPS.

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