According to reports, Madeline Kingsbury has not made it back home ever since she dropped her kids off at daycare with her boyfriend. However, it has been revealed that he is her husband as they have already been married. While the police have not revealed any information about her partner, some Reddit users claim his name is Adam Fravel.
A frantic hunt is underway for a Minnesota mother-of-two who went missing over a week ago under mysterious circumstances. On the morning of March 31, Madeline Kingsbury, 26, went missing in Winona immediately after dropping her kids off at daycare with their father.
The last time he saw her was when he drove out for work in her vehicle at around 10 a.m., according to the father, after they had come home after the drop-off. Ms. Kingsbury missed her own work and didn't return calls or texts from her loved ones. Investigators have considered her disappearance "involuntary and suspicious," and they claim there is cause to be concerned about her safety.
On the other hand, many people have been curious to know about the father of their two children. They wonder if he is Madeline Kingsbury's boyfriend or husband. Well, here's everything you need to know about her partner as well as her disappearance.
Madeline Kingsbury’s Boyfriend/Husband: The Police Have Yet to Give the Description of Her Partner!
The man, who Madeline Kingsbury dropped her kids off at daycare with, and their father is actually her husband, not a boyfriend. However, neither any media nor the police has revealed his identity. Sources claim that the couple got married before they gave birth to their first child. On the other hand, many Reddit users believe her partner's name is Adam Fravel.
The Police have not revealed any information about Madeline Kingsbury's boyfriend/husband.
Source: Fox News
After dropping the children off, Winona Police Department Chief Tom Williams said that the couple returned to their home at about 8:15 a.m. CST. Williams continued, citing Kingsbury's husband as saying that he went in his wife's van at approximately 10 am and came back later to discover that Kingsbury had disappeared.
The mother of two missed all calls from friends and relatives on March 31 in addition to not showing up at work that day. Those who knew her best, however, were most alarmed by the fact that she failed to pick up her two and five-year-old children from daycare later that afternoon. They said the 26-year-old's behavior was "extremely out of character."
Officials have now made additional intriguing revelations based on what they've learned so far in the inquiry. The police chief said that between 10 am and 1:30 pm on the same day, a van that matched the description of Madeline Kingsbury's 2014 dark blue Chrysler Town and Country minivan was on the road.
It was seen in Winona County on County Road 12 and Highway 43, but it was clear who was in the car. According to officials, the car stayed at the Kingsbury home starting at 1:30 p.m. Police continue to consider the circumstances surrounding the mother of two's disappearance to be "involuntary" and "suspicious."
Williams said at the conference that "nothing to date has indicated that Maddie left the residence on foot or in another vehicle." The jacket, wallet, and ID that Madeline Kingsbury had been wearing the day of her disappearance were also discovered by investigators at the couple's home. Williams explained, "Based on the investigation, we know that the children were dropped off at the daycare and the van returned home......the investigation is still open and ongoing as to what happened upon returning home."
Law officers and volunteers are still conducting a thorough search in the area of the Kingsbury home and in Winona County. Residents have been urged by police to examine their home security systems for footage of a vehicle that resembles the Kingsburys' minivan and to keep an eye out for "signs of disturbance around their residences."
Megan, Madeline Kingsbury's older sister, recently made the announcement that she would reward $50,000 to anyone who could help her find her sibling. She said,
Please help us find Madeline. The children need their mother. We need our daughter, our sister, our aunt and our best friend back.
Madeline Kingsbury’s family to reward anyone who gives any information about her whereabouts.
Source: CBS News
Megan reported that Kingsbury was a graduate student as well and is presently employed with the Mayo Clinic. The missing mother-of-two is described by relatives and authorities as being 5'4" tall, weighing around 135 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes.
It's also reported that the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is helping with the inquiry. Call the Winona Police Department at (507) 457-6302 if you have any information.