Update – Around 12:30 p.m. on September 3, 2019, Nicole Trometer contacted Iowa Law Enforcement Officials and advised she was in Vermont. Law Enforcement requested she go to the nearest Law Enforcement Agency and positively identify herself. At 1:20 p.m., the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office in Vermont confirmed that they spoke with Nicole Trometer and positively identified her by her Iowa Driver’s License. Franklin County authorities advise Nicole was in good health, and that she told authorities she traveled with Daniel Kittredge willingly to Vermont. The missing person’s investigation has been closed.
(Remsen) — The Remsen Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing woman. On Monday, September 2nd, the Remsen Police Department took a report of a missing female identified as 27 year old Nicole Ann Trometer of Remsen. The Remsen Police Department, Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office, and the Le Mars Police Department searched
the area and were unable to locate Trometer. Trometer has two vehicles that have not been located. The first vehicle is a 2013 White Dodge Durango Citadel with Iowa License Plates IAA432. The second vehicle is a 2004 Silver Ford Explorer XLT with Iowa License Plates IHY475. Trometer was last seen Sunday morning, September 1st in Le Mars with Daniel Kitteredge, age 34. Trometer is described as being five-foot seven inches tall, and weighs 180 pounds with blue eyes and brown hair. At this time, Trometer’s disappearance is being investigated by the Remsen Police Department, Le Mars Police Department, Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office, and the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation. Anyone with knowledge of Trometer or Kittredge’s whereabouts
or any information regarding the location of her vehicles is requested to contact the Remsen Police Department at (712) 786-2299.
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