CHICAGO (CBS) — A lot can change in two years – and thus, the family of a missing suburban girl is hoping age-progression technology can help bring her home.
The photo on the left below shows Kayla Unbehaun, as she looked in July 2017 when she disappeared. She was 10 when she was last seen in South Elgin.READ MORE: Chicago Police Video Of Gruesome Humboldt Park Shooting Was Made Public Without City's Permission, CBS 2 Has Learned
Experts said the photo on the right is what she might look like now as she approaches her 12th birthday this month.
Kayla’s father, Ryan Iskerka, is pleading for her safe return.READ MORE: 1 Dead After Crash On Dan Ryan Expressway At 63rd Street; All Lanes Were Shut Down
He shared custody with Kayla’s mother, Heather Unbehaun. Authorities believe Heather abducted her daughter.
The two went camping and never returned a few months after Iskerka was awarded full custody.MORE NEWS: Man Fatally Shot While Working On Car In Front Of His Fernwood Home
A felony warrant for kidnapping was issued for Heather Unbehaun on July 29, 2017.