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    Posted December 28, 2013 by
    Mena, Arkansas

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    UPDATE: FOUND SAFE Child Missing From Arkansas - May Be In Texas


    UPDATE: Alexes has been FOUND SAFE! Mena, Arkansas ~ Alexes "Lexie" Schell, a 17 year old child, has been missing from Mena since June 20, 2013. Months that a family has been searching and hoping for her safe return. The Center for Search and Investigations (Team CFSI ) a pending Non-Profit Organization based out of Texas has been working with her family and the case is now being worked with the NOMAD Division of CFSI due to the extended amount of time Lexie has been missing.


    There is concern that Alexes may be in Texas and CFSI Representatives are asking that the public at large assist in sharing her information and photos in as many places as possible. Getting her information shared as much as possible is critical to gaining the information needed that will lead to her return to her family. Those willing and able are asked to please share via social media as well as with printed flyers left at truck stops and other locations in their communities.


    Alexes has been missing since June 20, 2013 from Mena, AR. She is 5’2 tall, weighs 135 lbs., and has long brown hair with highlights & brown eyes (also wears blue contacts). If you have any information regarding Alexes, please call Polk Co. Sheriff Investigator Scott Sawyer at (479) 394-2511 or CEO/Founder Chuck Foreman at (512) 644-9856.


    To find out more about Center for Search & Investigation please visit their website at : or you may contact Chuck Foreman, CEO and Founder directly at 512-644-9856.

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