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    Posted June 14, 2014 by
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    Two Years Later - Where is Mark Ysasaga?

     
    Lubbock, Texas ~ Today marks two years since Mark Anthony Ysasaga went missing. Two years that a family is missing their child, searching for answers and hoping that someone with information comes forward.

    In a letter to Mark Anthony, his Mother Anna says "All this seems like a dream that I cannot wake up from. Two years ago I talked to you on the phone and had made a lunch date and that date never came. I have walked and have drove so many miles looking for you. Your family and friends have been going crazy and falling apart looking for you. You have missed so much these past 2 years."

    The Center for Search & Investigations for Missing Children, a non-profit organization based in Lockhart, TX, has been assisting Mark's family in efforts to get him "Found Safe".

    CFSI CEO/Founder Chuck Foreman says "Someone knows what happened, where Mark is. It is critical that members of the public do not turn a blind eye but instead take a moment to share Mark's flyers and information as much as they can. CFSI doesn't quit, we don't stop until a case is resolved. If your child were missing, wouldn't you want every possible person helping? Any one share of a flyer could be the one that gets in front of the right eyes to get the info needed to get a child home."

    Members of the public are asked to please share via social media, at hotels, truck stops and as many other places as possible.

    Mark Ysasaga, now age 17, is 5’7” tall, weighing 145 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. If you have any information or believe you know his whereabouts you are urged to contact Lubbock Police Department at 806-741-1000 or Private Investigator Chuck Foreman at 512-644-9856.

    To find out more about the Center for Search & Investigations please visit their website at : http://cfsimissing.com/

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