This is a partial transcript from "On the Record," January 8, 2007, that has been edited for clarity.
GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, HOST: Confusion, and worse, fear, rocking a Kansas community tonight, where one beautiful young college co-ed has vanished.
Nineteen-year-old Jodi Sanderholm called her mother Friday morning after her dance class. She went for lunch at Subway's, and then nothing. That's all anyone knows. She hasn't been seen since. Her family, community and police are now searching for any clues.
Joining us is Arkansas City police chief Sean Wallace. Chief, she was last seen or heard from on Friday. What did she say in that phone call to her mother besides she was going to get lunch at the Subway's?
CHIEF SEAN WALLACE, ARKANSAS CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT: Actually, she didn't mention lunch at the Subway. She stated that she was going to go out and visit a friend that lived east of Arkansas City, and that kind of coincides with the last time she was seen at noon by a friend, heading eastbound on U.S. 166 out of Arkansas City towards that friend's home. But she never made it out there.
VAN SUSTEREN: I was just going to ask if she ever made it out there. Was the friend really expecting her?
WALLACE: Yes and no. They had talked earlier in the day about getting together, and then there was plans to go help out with the high school dance line team later that afternoon, but she never made that appointment, either, and that was at 3:00 o'clock.
VAN SUSTEREN: What kind of car was she driving?
WALLACE: She was driving a 2003 black Dodge Stratus four-door. It's got a Kansas tag of WOT-921. And on the front of the car, there is a personalized tag in airbrushed "Jodi" on the front, and does have a sunroof.
VAN SUSTEREN: So by now, she would have had — if she were driving someplace, would have had to probably get gasoline. I take it that you've checked to see if her credit cards, gas cards have been used.
WALLACE: We've been following her credit cards and her gas cards and there's also — the vehicle's in NNCIC (ph). If it were to get pulled over anywhere or stopped anywhere, it would show as a missing person's vehicle. That's one of the things that makes us concerned.
VAN SUSTEREN: Any activity on the credit cards?
WALLACE: No activity whatsoever.
VAN SUSTEREN: Any idea whether she had any large amount of cash with her, or any cash on her?
WALLACE: According to the family, she only usually carries about $20 to $40 of cash on her at any given time. And most of the time, she uses her debit card, and that debit card has not been used since the 3rd, and that would be before the day that she came up missing.
VAN SUSTEREN: All right. Now, there was someone that you — that was investigated on Sunday, I think, is that right? Someone was talked to?
WALLACE: Yes. Because of some previous reports we had about an individual who had stalked some dance line girls and had showed some interest in them, and because of their fears of this individual, we did talk with him. He was interviewed, and he — we arrested him on some unrelated charges that were based on an investigation that we had ongoing prior to Jodi coming up missing. So he's in jail right now on about a $35,000 bond for two unrelated charges. And we'll continue to work that avenue and continue talk with him through his attorney, as he's asked to not talk with us without her.
VAN SUSTEREN: All right. So you have not cleared him, in short.
WALLACE: Not completely, no.
VAN SUSTEREN: Did he supply any information as to where he was about noon on Friday?
WALLACE: Yes, he did, and that's why we're continuing to talk with him and explore some of the issues that we have with his story.
VAN SUSTEREN: All right. Jodi Sanderholm is missing since Friday. We put her picture up, the car up, as well. Chief, good luck, and I hope some tips get called in. Thank you, Chief.
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