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May 21, 2020 12 tweets 12 min read
Earlier this year, FBI agents learned that a woman had spotted a missing American teenage girl in a rural village in Mexico. For 36 hours, the FBI worked diligently with local U.S. law enforcement and Mexican law enforcement to bring her home. ow.ly/naKF50zN6u6
As the FBI prepares to observe National #MissingChildrensDay on May 25, we reaffirm our commitment to finding missing children. You can help us by following this thread or by looking at our map of current missing children at ow.ly/naKF50zN6u6. Image
If you have a tip regarding the whereabouts of a child you see on our map or in this thread, call 1-800-CALL-FBI (225-5324), or submit a tip at tips.fbi.gov. You can also contact your local FBI office. #MissingChildrensDay
Dulce Maria Alavez was last seen at the Bridgeton City Park in New Jersey on September 16, 2019. You can upload photos or videos taken at the park that day to ow.ly/YqdR50zN7KA or call your local FBI office with tips. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop ow.ly/dJW850zN7In Image
Arianna Fitts was last seen in Oakland, California, in February 2016 and was reported missing from San Francisco, California, in April 2016. Submit tips regarding her whereabouts at tips.fbi.gov. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop ow.ly/JZwE50zNFzQ Image
Joanna Hernandez-Pacheco was last seen at the St. James Catholic Church on Oakland Park Avenue in Columbus, Ohio, on June 23, 2019. If you have a tip regarding her whereabouts, call @FBICincinnati at 614-849-1765. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop ow.ly/rsoW50zO9JO Image
Kyron Richard Horman was last seen at a science fair at Skyline Elementary School in Portland, Oregon, on June 4, 2010. You can submit tips regarding his whereabouts by calling @FBIPortland at 503-224-4181. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop ow.ly/oLnw50zO9Kj Image
Kaylah Hunter and Kristian Justice disappeared from Detroit, Michigan, in May 2014. If you have seen them, call your local FBI office or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop @MissingKids ow.ly/CWqj50zO9Lw Image
Amina and Belel Kandil were last seen with their father on August 30, 2014, on a flight bound for Boryspil, Ukraine. If you have seen them, contact your local FBI office or the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop ow.ly/f0dq50zO9Mf Image
Myra Lewis was last seen near her home in Camden, Mississippi, on March 1, 2014. You can submit tips regarding her whereabouts by contacting your local FBI office or visiting tips.fbi.gov. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop ow.ly/ahSt50zO9SW Image
Aranza Maria Ochoa Lopez's biological mother allegedly removed Aranza from a mall in Washington in October 2018. She may have taken her to Mexico. If you have a tip, contact your local FBI office or the nearest U.S. Embassy. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop ow.ly/qZEc50zO9Tv Image
Rondreiz Phillips disappeared on April 5, 2018, in Homer, Louisiana. He was wearing blue jeans and yellow rubber boots. If you have a tip about this case, call your local FBI office, or visit tips.fbi.gov. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop ow.ly/pfYp50zO9Uw Image

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