DENISON, Iowa — Law enforcement authorities are seeking the whereabouts of Mackenzie Godden, also known as Kensie, a 4-year-old white female last seen about 7 p.m. Friday, when she walked away from her residence at 129 Oak Ridge Dr. in Denison.
Kensie was last seen wearing a maroon unicorn shirt and grey pants.
The Crawford County Sheriff’s office learned of the child’s disappearance shortly before 9 p.m. Friday and mounted a search. Joining the search were all of the fire departments in Crawford County as well as Crawford County EMA and Shelby County EMA.
Mackenzie was not located during the search late into the night. Heavy searches began after daylight Saturday and are continuing. Any public members wishing to assist with the search should report to the parking lot at Crawford County Memorial Hospital at 10:00 a.m. Saturday. Volunteers are asked not to search on their own. They will be directed to be a part of a search team by incident command.
Further information will be released as it becomes available, according to the Crawford County Sheriff’s office.
The public information officer for this incident will be EMA Director Greg Miller. His contact number is 712-269-2422.