Missing Mother and Daughters Possibly Coerced to Travel to Mexico for ‘Religious Rehab’

Over the weekend, a mother from rural Kansas and her two young daughters disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Investigators suspect that they may have been forcibly taken to a religious rehabilitation facility in Mexico.

Martha Unger, 23, along with her daughters Madilynn Grace Unger (2 years old) and Haylie Faith Unger (1 year old), were reported missing from their home in rural Haskell County just before 7 p.m. on Friday, according to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation’s Facebook post.

Authorities believe that the family was coerced into leaving the country by a couple in their fifties. The couple, Corney and Elizabeth Klaasen, are pictured in the KBI’s post.

The Klaasens are thought to be driving a white and black Chevy Blazer with a Mexican license plate. Corney, described as a male standing approximately 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighing about 200 pounds, was last seen wearing jeans and a button-up shirt.

While no specific description of Elizabeth Klaasen was provided by authorities, a photograph of the couple indicates that they are both white with brown hair and wear glasses.

Martha, the missing mother, is driving a 2015 white Ford Explorer with a Kansas license plate reading “301RJY.” She is described as a young, white woman standing approximately 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighing about 120 pounds. Martha has brown hair and green eyes, while both of her daughters have blonde hair and blue eyes.

Police urge the public to call 911 immediately if they spot the missing family, the suspects, or their vehicles. Let’s hope for their safe return.

Source: New York Post