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Police, family searching for UMKC student

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Investigators have been told Toni Anderson got off work and had been heading to get gas when she sent friends a text that she was getting pulled over. Since then, there has been silence. (Kansas Missing & Unsolved) Investigators have been told Toni Anderson got off work and had been heading to get gas when she sent friends a text that she was getting pulled over. Since then, there has been silence. (Kansas Missing & Unsolved)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Kansas City-area investigators are searching for a missing college student from Wichita who hasn't been seen since Sunday.

Twenty-year-old Tonie Anderson was last seen early Sunday when she was pulled over by a North Kansas City police officer for an improper lane change. The officer watched Anderson, who was alone in the car, drive to a nearby convenience store. She texted a childhood friend about being pulled over and hasn't communicated with anyone since then.

Anderson is a student at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and worked as a server at Chrome, a Kansas City strip club.

Anderson's car was a black 2014 Ford Focus with Kansas license plate 989-GAX. She is white, about 5-feet-4-inches tall and 140 pounds, with blond hair and green eyes.
 

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