Search begins for Kenyan man who went missing in Minnesota

Keegan Oyugi a Kenya living in Minnesota
Keegan Oyugi a Kenya living in Minnesota, US. [Photo: Courtesy]

A search for a Kenyan man, 26-year-old Keegan Oyugi living in Minnesota, US has been launched.

Oyugi went missing on Saturday according to police reports.

Chaska Police Department in a missing persons notice says that Oyugi was last seen in Prior Lake-Savage Area.

He was never seen home despite sending his brother a message indicating that he would be in early Saturday morning.

Mshale, the African community newspaper reported that his phone was last tracked at Prior Lake which is near his St Bonifacius home in Chaska.

Friends and relatives who last saw him saw he was driving a 2012 red Ford Mustang with a white stripe and temporary Kansas licence plate number C63-2096.

He had a red and white vertical stripe shirt, a blue jeans and stripped red and blue shoes.

Chaska community has been urged by Minnesota Kenyans Association, to volunteer in Oyugi’s search.

Lilian Otieno and Huldah Momnyi who are coordinating the search said they will handle instruction for all search parties.

Oyugi is known for his basketball exploits in Minnesota after his graduation at Crown College where he joined in 2017 from Neosho County Community College in Kansas.

He attended Wichita Southeast High School.

His parents, Richard and Mirriam Onkunya reside in Wichita, Kansas City.