Candlelight vigils to be held Sunday for Madelyn Allen
Dec. 19 Update
Madelyn Allen found alive, Snow College announced on social media Saturday night that the missing student was found safe.
EPHRAIM, Utah — The family of a missing Snow College student announced Saturday evening that a pair of vigils will be held Sunday evening for her.
Madelyn Allen’s family announced that a vigil will be held in both Kaysville and Ephraim at 6 p.m.
“It has been proposed that the community gather together to sing, pray and connect to support the effort of finding Maddie,” a statement from the family read.
Angel Street Park
200 S Angel St, Kaysville, UT 84037
Noyes Building, Snow College
150 College Ave E, Ephraim, UT 84627
Those planning to attend either one of the vigils are asked to bring their own candle or cell phone flashlight and dress warm.
The search for Madelyn Allen
“Evidence suggests Madelyn has left the Ephraim area. She did not have access to a car, nor does she have a driver’s license and would not be able to travel on her own,” the family statement said.
Authorities also state that Madelyn is with another person and is likely traveling. She could be just a short distance away or hundreds of miles away.
She has been missing since Monday, Dec. 13.
Anyone with information on the case is asked to call 435-835-2345.
- Family of missing Snow College student ask the public for help finding her
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