Sikeston DPS still working to find missing woman 2 years after disappearance

SIKESTON, Mo. (KBSI) – The Sikeston Department of Public Safety asks for anyone with information about a missing woman to come forward with info two years after she went missing.

Shyann Morrison was last seen in Sikeston in February of 2021.

In August of 2021, the Friends of Shyann Morrison offered up a $5,000 reward to anyone who can provide information that leads them to the location of Shyann or verifiable information as to exactly what happened to her.

Morrison has been entered in The National Missing and Unidentified Person System (NAMUS).

Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Cotner at 573-475-3787.

The Friends of Shyann Morrison released this statement. “Someone out there knows what happened to Shyann. We pray this reward will give that someone enough motivation to do the right thing and let us know what happened to Shyann. This could be your loved one and if it was you would want someone to speak up if they knew anything that could help. So please help us bring closure to Shyann’s family and friends who truly misses her and needs to know what happened to her.”

The Friends of Shyann have asked to remain anonymous.

Shyann Morrison’s mother released this statement: “Cheyenne this is to you from your dad and I, we just want to know that you are OK, you are loved, we miss you very much, we just want to know that your are OK. And your baby sister regrets every day that you have been gone because of the fight that you and her had and she just wants to make it right because she loves your she cries every night and prays every night for your to come home. We love you from the bottom of our hearts to the moon and back”

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