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    Angela Green (51) missing from Prarie Village, KS since 6/19/19-not reported missing until Feb 2020

    Prairie Village police are looking for 51-year-old Angela Green, last seen June 19, 2019.

    The department wouldn?t comment on the fact that she was never reported missing until Feb. 18, 2020, but said they're concerned by conflicting statements regarding her disappearance.

    Neighbors say Green was devoted to her daughter and to her neighborhood in the 7600 block of Tomahawk Road, where she was last seen.

    When she wasn?t out gardening in her own yard, she tended to the neighborhood islands, helping to keep them clear of trash or debris.

    "When the summer came up and I didn?t see Angela and I asked other neighbors, she thought maybe she had gone to China,? Steven Harville said.

    Green is described as an Asian woman, 5-foot-9, weighing 116 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

    Neighbors said she lived at her home with her husband and daughter for years.

    They reached out to the couple?s daughter away at college who responded via text to say, "Her dad told her that her mom died of a stroke in July. But she thinks that might not be the case,? Harville said, reading a text from a neighbor who was in contact with the KU student.

    ?We have some conflicting statements about her whereabouts that?s a little concerning for us,? Prairie Village Police Capt. Ivan Jackson said.

    Police say they are treating Green?s case as a missing person?s investigation and are working with several other agencies to try to locate her.

    Anyone with information about Green is asked to call the Prairie Village Police Department at 913-642-6868 or the Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline at 816-474-8477.

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    How does this happen? How does a 51yo woman with a well-established life disappear for almost a year and no one reports it? Bizarre.
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    The land that sits at 1401 N. Woodland St. was overrun with police officers Wednesday, looking for Angela Green.

    The Olathe property searched Wednesday is large and includes clearings, a wooded area and a pond. It stretches behind a residential area where people were surprised at what they saw going on.

    "I was getting ready to run errands, and I saw a gator go by with four police officers in it," said Misti Grady, whose home backs up to the pond on the search site.

    "I saw them back up and put a boat in the water, then people started coming by on foot searching the area on foot. There was quite a few people back there, I’d say 20-30 at one point."

    Grady, who has young children, was concerned about the police activity behind her house and asked one of the officers what was going on.

    "She said they’re just they’re just looking for the potential body that was maybe placed back here to hide it," Grady said. "And it was an older gentleman that they’re looking for that possibly did it that had connection to this land."

    The only thing police will say on the record is that they are looking for Green. Prairie village police will not categorize this as a homicide investigation and are not listing anyone as a suspect or person of interest.

    They're simply saying they're investigating a missing persons case. Police said they've received inconsistent accounts about Green that are concerning.

    The land owner leases warehouse and office space to several companies including Marionix Marble and Granite and K&M Services, as well as trucking companies, among others.

    In order to get the warrant to search this property, Prairie Village Police had to convince a judge they have probable cause to believe something happened to Green.

    They also had to prove there's evidence at the Olathe location and at her Prairie Village home, which was also searched by police Wednesday.

    "It’s actually pretty frightening. We just moved in here this summer, so it’s crazy to think our kids would play right behind our fence right back there and climb the tree and stuff," Grady said. "And to think maybe a body was put back there is actually pretty frightening."

    Midday Wednesday police thought the search of the Olathe property would stretch into Thursday. But late Wednesday afternoon, they packed up, left and are done -- although that could always change.

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