Investigators with the American Fork Police Department hope someone can help them locate a woman who was reported missing earlier this month and is considered potentially endangered.

Kylee Marie Hreinson, 30, was last seen in American Fork on January 3. According to American Fork PD, she left with a man identified as Chad Lapniewski in a blue 2018 four-door Kia Forte with a possible license plate of 0G2XL (state unknown).

Lapniewski has since been in contact with police and is reportedly being cooperative.

Police said Hreinson engaged in a two-minute video call with family members on January 10, and she appeared to have suffered some bruising on her face. Hreinson may have been under duress during the call, and she told her family she would return home that evening, but she did not return, police said.

Hreinson is believed to be in Salt Lake City or the Salt Lake County area. She may also be with an unidentified Caucasian man last seen wearing a University of Utah hat and multiple backpacks, including a University of Utah backpack, who was last seen near 600 S 1300 E in Salt Lake City.

Police said Hreinson is Caucasian, 5 feet 5 inches tall, 130 pounds with brown eyes, brown hair and a thin composure. She was last seen wearing dark clothing, possibly including a dark sweater and dark leggings. Hreinson has pierced ears, including a small loop high on her right ear.

Anyone with information on Hreinson's whereabouts, or who has any further information, is urged to contact Detective Garcia with the American Fork Police Department at 801-763- 3020 or Central Utah 911 Dispatch (801-794-3970) after 6 p.m.