Posted: January 4, 2012 - 8:17pm
Overland Park Police say that their efforts in searching for Aisha Khan cost nearly $36,000. Police now say that the search for Aisha racked up nearly $36,000 worth of overtime for the 63 officers who were involved in the investigation. Officers worked more than 788 hours according to a spokesperson.
The $10,000 reward that was offered during the search by Khan's family was donated, split between Overland Park Police and unspecified local charities.
Khan was reported missing from the KU Edwards Campus in Overland Park on Friday, December 16th. Police and the FBI handled the case as a possible abduction. Police confirmed that they had located Khan on Wednesday, December 21st and said that Khan was never in any immediate danger and that no criminal act had occurred. More on the original story can be found here.
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