FOUND: Lenexa man missing since Oct. 2 found deceased in KC

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The body belonging to Che Butterfield was discovered by authorities in a wooded area in Kansas City, Missouri.

Butterfield had been missing since October 2nd until recently where his body was discovered by cadaver dogs on Tuesday, October 12th near the 6700 Block of North Line Creek Parkway in KC.

Police say Butterfield had been dead for at least a week before his body was found.


LENEXA, Kan. — The Lenexa Police Department is looking for a 48-year-old man last seen in North Kansas City on the morning of Oct. 2.

Che Butterfield, Lenexa, was last seen in the 4700 block of North Holmes Street in North Kansas City, Missouri. His white Honda Accord was found abandoned on Oct. 3 in the 6700 block of North Line Creek Parkway in Kansas City, Missouri.

Butterfield is 6-foot-2-inches tall, weighs 195 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. He typically wears his hair very short and wears glasses.

Butterfield is a Missouri Southern State University Graduate and former employee of KSNF and KODE in Joplin, Missouri.

Anyone who knows where Butterfield is is urged to call 911 or Detective Grigsby with the police department at 913-825-8055.

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