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UPDATE: FOUND SAFE Odessa, TX ~ Autumn Moreno, a 15 year old child, has been missing from her family since October 5th, 2013 from Odessa, TX. CFSI for Missing Children is assisting Autumn's family in getting her home and is overseeing her case.
Chuck Foreman, CFSI Founder & CEO, said "When a child is missing it is easy for the case to slip through the cracks. CFSI exists to make sure that never happens. Every missing child situation is urgent no matter the circumstances. Along with the services CFSI provides for families it is crucial that media, law enforcement and the public stay actively involved in getting that missing child home and safe."
A quick response is critical and members of the community are encouraged to get involved and help in getting Autumn home safe. Those willing and able to help are asked to please share her flyer and information via social media. Those in the area of Odessa can sign up to volunteer and help to distribute printed flyers for Autumn at www.cfsimissing.com.
For Autumn, her mother says, "Please come home we all love you and miss you." Autumn is a beloved child and friends and family members need your help in getting her back to them.
Autumn was last seen on October 5, 2013 in Odessa. TX. She is 5’2” inches tall, weighs 110 lbs, and has brown hair and brown eyes. lf you have any information concerning Autumn’s whereabouts, please contact the Odessa Police Department (432) 333-3641 or CEO/Founder Chuck Foreman (512) 644-9856.
CFSI (Center for Search and Investigations) is a pending Non-Profit Organization based out of Texas and is a collaboration of 3 divisions that help locate children that have gone missing: CFSI, B.U.R.N. and NOMAD. They are comprised of a large network of advocates including Professional Investigators that offer their services pro bono as well as bikers, truck drivers, K-9 teams and many others who are willing to offer their time to locating missing children.
To find out more about Center for Search & Investigations please visit their website at www.cfsimissing.com or contact CFSI CEO/Founder Chuck Foreman at 512-644-9856.