NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska City Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward for credible information that helps bring a Nebraska City teen home.
Police Capt. Lonnie Neeman said 16-year-old Shiloh Mae Johnson has not been seen by her family and friends in Nebraska City since Dec. 22 and said she is considered an endangered person.
Neeman: “Well, three weeks ago today she was reported missing by her mother and she’s not been seen or heard from since. We think she may be with a subject from here in town, but we do not know that for sure.”
Her mother, Sabrina, led a poster campaign in Nebraska City last week and has made appeals on statewide media asking for help to locate Shiloh.
Since the poster campaign, Capt. Neeman said there have been several tips ranging from Fremont to McCook and several in Lincoln.
There was some suggestion that the girl may have been in the company of Brock Wichman of Nebraska City. News reports say Wichman’s vehicle was found crashed in Fremont on Dec. 29.
Neeman said Crime Stoppers are offering a $250 reward and there is other award money pledged on a Go Fund Me page for Shiloh.
Neeman: “Whether she is a run-away or endangered, she’s 16 years old. We just want her back.”
Anyone with information on her location is urged to call 9-1-1 or Nebraska City Crime Stoppers at 402-873-7496.