KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KWCH) Update: Friends and family of a missing Wichita woman will gather in Kansas City this weekend for a candlelight vigil.
Toni Anderson disappeared last month in north Kansas City.
Her father, Brian Anderson says six detectives are working on finding her, but they still haven't found any clues.
The vigil this weekend is at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Kansas City, Missouri.
It starts at 7 p.m. on Saturday.
The father of a Wichita woman who went missing in north Kansas City last month, says the whereabouts of his daughter are still unknown.
Brian Anderson says six detectives are working the disappearance of his daughter, Toni, but they haven’t turned up anything.
Brian tells us law enforcement were able to gain access from Apple to get Toni's iCloud information but the encryption key they were sent does not work. He says they now hope to get some information once they get into her account.
Brian says law enforcement dragged the river multiple times but have not come up with anything. He says the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children made an exception for Toni and added the 20-year-old to its database.
Brian says the detectives are going to another agency to review their findings and make sure they did not miss anything in their investigation.
North Kansas Police confirmed that in the early morning of Jan. 15, an officer pulled over Toni's 2014 Ford Focus, with Kansas plates, 989-GAX. They say it was a for an illegal lane change in northwest Kansas City. The officer gave Toni a warning, then escorted her to a QuikTrip to get gas.
Toni's last known communication was a text sent to a friend at 4:42 a.m. stating she had been pulled over again.
At this point, police say there is no sign of foul play.
If you see Toni Anderson or know where she could be, call the Kansas City, Mo. Police Department's Missing Persons Unit at 816-234-5136.