If you have information on Kelli and would like to remain anonymous please use the tools below. Someone knows what happened to Kellisue. We do not seek justice we just need the information to find her. Please do not be afraid to anonymously leave us the information. We only want to find her. Four years is too long. Don’t be a coward and carry this information. Release yourself from this and let us know how to find her and you can be free.
KELLISUE IF YOU ARE READING THIS PLEASE JUST LET US KNOW YOU ARE OKAY WE DO NOT EXPECT YOU TO COME HOME WE NEED TO KNOW IF YOU ARE OKAY. MANY HAVE FORMED THEIR OWN OPINIONS ON WHAT HAPPENED. PLEASE LET US KNOW.
Tip number.. This is set up through Google Voice. It allows you to leave a voice mail or a text from an anonymous number. There are no live people on this line it is only a voice mail or text line
There is an email address
Send an email and give the information
Ways to send an anonymous letter courtesy of Marianna Boncek author of Gone Missing in New York
1) print out the envelope’s address. Some post offices no longer accept an envelope with no return address. Type a fake one.
2) Do NOT save the letter. Delete it immediately.
3) Do not touch the letter or the envelope. Use gloves.
4) Do not lick the envelope, use some other way of closing it. Drop the envelope in a post office box where there are no cameras. This is fairly easy. Most small, rural post offices do not have cameras on the outside. I urge you NOT to send an anonymous letter, but rather, do the right thing and come forward. However, for whatever reason, if you cannot come forward you can still do the right thing by sending an anonymous note. Please be as SPECIFIC AS POSSIBLE so searchers can find Kellisue and bring her home. She has people who love her who would like to have some closure. You CAN do this.
Johnstown Police Department
PO BOX 160
Johnstown, NY 12095
You can also go to a lawyer and give the information to him/her. All conversations between a lawyer and his/her client are privileged. The lawyer cannot legally reveal who you are. If you do this, and the police have questions, they can safely be relayed between your lawyer and you. Do the right thing.