Kansas City police say endangered mom and daughter found safe

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Myisha McFarland and her daughter Cierra are missing according to KCPD.

**Update: Kansas City police said at about 9:45 p.m., both the mom and daughter were found safe.**

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City police are asking for help locating a mom and her daughter. Myisha McFarland, 29, and her daughter Cierra, 6, were last seen in a southern area of Kansas City in a dark blue Mazda 6, with Missouri License AK0-G7N.

Police say both are considered endangered and were seen on Monday afternoon at about 2:15 in the area of Blue Ridge Boulevard and Longview Road. Investigators don’t know where they may be headed, and are seeking to help the mom and girl once they are found, saying Myisha is going through a rough time.

The Missouri Highway Patrol says Myisha sent a text message to an acquaintance saying she planned to harm herself and Cierra, and further attempts to reach her haven’t been successful.

She’s 5’5″ and 140 pounds, and has black hair and brown eyes, investigators don’t know what she’s wearing. Cierra is 4-feet tall and weighs 80 pounds. She also has black hair and brown eyes, and it’s unknown what she’s wearing.

If you have seen them or know where they are, please call the Crimes Against Children unit at (816) 234-5150 or 911.