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Family pleads for missing soldier fighting PTSD in Kansas to come home to

Former Army military police officer Ashley Meiss, 30, left her in Ogden, Kansas, is the home base for a jog on the 17th of May, without her keys, wallet or phone, and that has not yet been heard, since two days later. (GoFundMe)

People, while the nationwide fire of the barbecue for the Memorial Day holiday, a military family is scrambling to find her missing soldier daughter.

Former Army military police officer Ashley Meiss, 30, left her in Ogden, Kansas, is the home base for a jog on the 17th of May, without her keys, wallet or phone, and that has not yet been heard, since two days later, when she called a friend from a blocked number and told her that she is feeling down about a messy ongoing divorce and child-custody battle.

Family and friends fear Meiss harm to themselves, and begged her to come home.

“She is sweet, and the family needs to hear from her,” ” brought father Tom Lewis told the Post by phone from Meiss the Kansas home. “She has two beautiful children that need their mother.

“My feeling tells me that something is really wrong. You don’t have to leave alone like that — especially not my daughter. If she is here, she is no longer alive — and if they are gone, we have no idea where or who she could be.”

Lewis, a retired Marine who fly to Kansas from his North Carolina home to help with the search last week, will spend his Memorial Day fly back to home with his 4 – and 6-year-old grandchildren, so that they will not be exposed to the dramas of their missing mother.

“The children have no idea what’s going on,” he said. “The children are going to come and stay with us for the next six weeks.”

Meiss’s brother Chris said that he spend the day trawling Facebook for leads on his missing brother or sister.

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