Vehicle Description Released in Missing ISU Student’s Case

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AMES, Iowa — Ames police have released more information on the case of a missing Iowa State University student.

Police now have a description of the car 20-year-old Tong Shao may have been driving at the time of her disappearance.

Shao was last seen around 7:00 p.m. on September 6th. On September 8th she called friends and told them she was in Iowa City. She hasn’t been heard from since.

Ames police now say Shao had access to a Beige 1997 Toyota Camry. It had Kentucky license plates, 287 JDZ.

If you have any information about the vehicle or Shao you’re asked to contact Ames Police.

1 Comment

  • plynitsafe

    I Pray she is found safe. I hope this is not a “meet somebody from online” thing and she is failing to contact anybody. This wastes Tons of tax dollars. May sound bad what I said but stuff happens. Not enough info’. If she had access to this car? Then Whom ever it belongs too? I am going to assume she is with this “person.” And maybe don’t want to be found. Just Never know about kids these days. They Don’t think with there Minds.

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