OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — The search intensified Monday for a 19-year-old woman who disappeared shortly after telling her sister that a drunken man had been harassing her.
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Aisha Khan, a Johnson County Community college student, was last seen at the University of Kansas Edwards Campus in Overland Park on Friday.
Overland Park Police Chief John Douglass said Monday more 400 man-hours have been devoted to the search and the FBI has assigned four agents to the case. He said investigators are operating on a worst-case scenario.
Khan's sister said she received a troubling phone call from her on Friday morning. She said a drunken man had been harassing her, kmbc.com reported.
"Oh my gosh it was so scary. My heart is like pounding," Khan said in the voicemail she left for her sister. "I've never got this scared in my life." In the message, Khan told her sister that she slapped the man, and that he smelled very bad. "She said 'you need to pick up your phone, I'm confused.' She was freaked out," Khan's sister said. Khan's sister returned the call, but got no answer.
Khan's backpack and cell phone were later found on a picnic table near campus.
“We are looking at this as a missing person's case, and we are putting the resources into it as if it was an abduction," Douglass said.
Police have spoken with Khan's husband, Waseem Khan, with whom she shared a house in Olathe, and there is “no reason to believe” that he is a suspect or person of interest," Douglass said. Khan married Waseem over the summer. "I'm thankful to everybody to help me out, to bring my wife back to home," Khan's tearful husband told reporters.
"Keep us in your prayers," her uncle, Adil Sheikh, told NBC News, urging the public to "think of Aisha Khan all the time. You're going to a gas station, you're going to a post office, think of Aisha Khan at all times."
Khan's husband said a honeymoon was planned for after her final exams, reported NBC News' Kevin Tibbles.
Khan's family is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to her safe return. A Facebook page has also been set up.
The Associated Press, NBC News and kmbc.com contributed to this story.