Police seek help in search for missing Southfield woman

By: Kayla Dimick | Southfield Sun | Published June 12, 2018

 Police are searching for Southfield resident Kyla Shay Bell, who was last seen May 25 in Detroit.

Police are searching for Southfield resident Kyla Shay Bell, who was last seen May 25 in Detroit.

Photo provided by the Southfield Police Department

SOUTHFIELD/DETROIT — Authorities are seeking the public’s help in locating a missing woman.

According to a news release from Deputy Chief Nick Loussia, of the Southfield Police Department, police are looking for Kyla Shay Bell, 43, of Southfield.

Loussia said that Bell was last in contact with family and friends on May 25, when she and a friend were at the restaurant Theresa’s Place, 14033 McNichols Road in Detroit.

Bell left the restaurant around 2 a.m., and police said she drove to an address near the 18000 block of Westmoreland Road via Six Mile in Detroit.

“Family and friends state that it is uncommon for Ms. Bell to not have contact with them for any extended length of time or to not show up at her place of employment,” Loussia stated in the news release.

Bell is described as a black woman, around 5 feet tall and 155 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing her work uniform of a black, long sleeved dress shirt, a black tie, black pants and slip-on shoes.

She drives a gray, 2009 Pontiac Vibe with Michigan license plate CDC392.

Loussia said Bell has been entered in the Law Enforcement Information Network as a missing endangered person.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Bell is asked to contact the Southfield Police Department Detective Bureau at (248) 796-5500.