ST. CLOUD, Fla. - The St. Cloud police department is still searching for a young woman with a disability reported missing last week.
Faith Kepner, 20, disappeared Friday April 19, after leaving her home to visit a nearby grocery store. Since then, she has been reportedly seen in Seminole and Volusia counties.
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Investigators say Kepner told her family that she was going to walk to the Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market located at 2025 Nolte Road in St. Cloud.
Surveillance video from the business shows Kepner visited the store but she never returned home.
On Thursday, St. Cloud police gave an update on one confirmed sighting and another reported sighting of Kepner. The department also refuted online rumors that Kepner had been located.
Sgt. Frankie Delarosa tells News 96.5 WDBO that Kepner was recorded on surveillance video from a Lynx bus on April 21, showing her wearing the same clothes that she did the day she went missing. Kepner got off the bus at the Seminole Towne Center in Sanford.
The bus driver told detectives that Kepner made statements that she intended to travel to North Florida. Two days later, police received a tip that Kepner was in Deltona.
Kepner is white with brown hair and brown eyes. She’s approximately 5’05” and weighs around 110 lbs. She was last seen wearing a pink shirt, black shorts and a black hooded sweat shirt with a heart emblem with black and red Sketchers sneakers.
Investigators consider Kepner to be endangered because she lacks the mental capacity for her age, due to an illness/disability.
If you know where she is, call the St. Cloud Police Department in reference to report number 19-002303.