Marshfield (OnFocus) – Marshfield Police Department posted an announcement of a missing person, Mya Kroeplin, Sunday evening. As of 12:30 am Monday, March 4, the social media post was updated with the message, “Mya has been located safe.”
The mother of Mya wrote to OnFocus:
I would like to thank the Marshfield Police Department for taking each lead either I or a member of the community brought to them. A big thank you to members of the community along with family and friends, especially Mya’s close friends. Lastly, thanks to everyone for all the shares with getting it out there when Mya was missing. Without all of this support it would have been harder. Thank you – Katrina (Mya’s mom)
“Local law enforcement relies on the community just as much as the community relies on us,” said Marshfield Police Department Chief Rick Gramza. “Successful ending such as this would not be possible without a joint effort by the community as a whole. No tip or piece of information is too small or insignificant when lives are at stake regarding our family, friends, and neighbors. Thank you to the community for helping and taking this situation seriously.”
Mya E. Kroeplin
On March 3rd, 2019 at approximately 9:00am, the Marshfield Police Department responded to a residence in the City of Marshfield for a report of a missing person.
16 year-old Mya Kroeplin, a student at Marshfield High School, was last seen at her residence Saturday evening (03/02/19) around 10-11:00pm. In the morning hours, it was discovered that Mya had left the home and it is believed she is not in danger.
Mya is approximately 5’07”, 160 pounds. She has brown eyes and long, curly dark brown hair.
Individuals with information about Mya’s potential whereabouts are encouraged to contact Marshfield Police Department at (715) 387-4394 or your local police agency.