It was only a few months ago in July of this year (2022) that 14 year old Savannah Rine, pictured below, disappeared and sparked a search for her by the Bossier City Police Department.

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It was at that time we took a deeper look into the vast number of kids that have disappeared in Louisiana alone. According to the website for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, this problem is incredibly huge and it would appear that it shows no signs of getting any better.

These little ones and young adults are America's future. Yet, they are in the most vulnerable stage of their lives.  In some cases, they make bad decisions, but in many cases, they've been exploited by America's most evil criminals.

And just in the past month another seven of these kids have gone missing. Completely vanished. That's seven possible sets of parents, groups of friends and siblings that don't know where their loved one will lay their head tonight as we head into the Christmas holidays.

The least that we can do is take a second to glance at these photos and if any of these pictures looks even vaguely familiar, please contact 911 immediately and report it.

It's a problem that won't fix itself, but maybe all of us working together can put a smile back on the face of a missing child.

Louisiana Kids Missing Since November 1, 2022

Another seven kids have disappeared and been reported missing in Louisiana since November 1, 2022. Please look at these photos and see if you recognize any of them. If you do, please call 9-1-1 immediately to report the child

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