Tyler, Texas Teen Among 34 Kids Missing Since January 1st
One of the most painful things a parent can go through is not knowing where their child is. Unfortunately, that is the case for 34 sets of parents right now in Texas. According to the National Center For Missing & Exploited Children, many Texas children, 15 and younger, have gone missing since January 01, 2022.
That means 34 families are wondering where their child is at this very moment, including a family in Tyler. The family of Ryan Mouton has been searching for this 16-year-old since he was reported missing on March 6th (2022). Ryan is black with brown hair and brown eyes and stands 5'5" and weighs about 110 pounds. If you happen to see Ryan, please call your local law enforcement officials and let them know you've seen him.
This isn't a topic that I get enjoyment or pleasure out of because it is such a painful topic to speak about because you are talking about a family's loved one who is not with them right now. At the same time, I feel like I should try to bring these missing children to the forefront and shine a light on them.
There has to be someone out there that has seen these children. No family should have to suffer not knowing where their child is. Thankfully though, there are no active Amber Alerts in the state of Texas.
If You've Seen These Children Please Call Law Enforcement
After looking at the faces of these missing children, if you recognize any of them or find them to be a bit familiar, no matter how small the detail is, please call your local law enforcement officials. That small detail could be the one break that investigators are looking for to solve this missing person's case and to bring them back to their family for reunification or a sense of closure.
You may check out the complete gallery of kids that have gone missing on the National Center For Missing & Exploited Children website and click on 'get help then 'search for missing children'.