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    Posted May 9, 2014 by
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    UPDATE: FOUND SAFE Child Missing From Tucson ~ Help From The Community Needed


    UPDATE: KAYLA HAS BEEN FOUND SAFE Tucson, AZ ~ The Center for Search and Investigations is assisting the family of Kayla Harlan, a 14 year old child who has been missing since January 14, 2014. CFSI volunteer Professional Investigator Dee Holmes along with other CFSI Advocates have been actively distributing flyers & working with information received to locate Kayla but assistance is needed from the public.


    CFSI Representatives say it is imperative to circulate her information to assist in gaining information that will lead to her return to her family. Those willing and able to help are asked to please share her flyer and information via social media and printed flyers shared in as many locations as possible.


    In a quote Kayla's Mother said, "Please, anyone who can, help us find our daughter. We miss and love her so much, a piece of our family is missing. Mother's day won't be the same without her, Easter wasn't the same - nothing is the same without her here. Every other song on the radio makes me think of her, we just need her home with us."


    Kayla Harlan, age 14, is 5’3” tall, weighing 120 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair which may be dyed. If you have any information or believe you know her whereabouts you are urged to contact Sgt. Parrish at 520-791-5159 or Private Investigator Dee Holmes at 602-616-4963.


    The Center for Search and Investigation (CFSI) is a non-profit 501c3 organization founded by Chuck Foreman. Mr. Foreman is a highly decorated combat wounded veteran who saw a need that he felt wasn’t being fully addressed: the safeguarding of children from abduction, human trafficking and exploitation. CFSI is comprised of only volunteers who donate their time to raise awareness of the growing epidemic of children that go missing and those that are in danger of human trafficking. The United States Department of Justice reports over 2,100 children go missing each day. The FBI says a third will be victims of Child Trafficking. CFSI, as an organization, wants to change those numbers.

    To find out more about Center for Search & Investigation please visit their website at : http://cfsimissing.org/ or contact CFSI CEO/Founder Chuck Foreman at 512-644-9856.

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