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    Posted July 23, 2014 by
    Dorchester, Massachusetts

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    Where is missing child Kristopher Lewis?

    LostNMissing Inc. is requesting the public to keep a look out for a missing Dorchester teen, Kristopher Lewis. They are announcing that the Dorchester business, SignsbyJ, has graciously donated a building mural which will be visible to the southbound traffic on Interstate 93 asking for tips or leads for Lewis. The mural will hang on the side of the SignsbyJ building and will replace the mural, which hung for nine months, of Abigail Hernandez, of NH. Hernandez has since been located safe.

    Cynthia Caron, President-Founder of LostNMissing Inc., says "Kristopher has been missing since February 4, at the age of 13, and only recently turned 14. His family is desperately seeking him." She further adds, "Usually a child of that age, when missing, is having some adult assistance and we hope anyone with information will come forward." Adults assisting a minor child by allowing them to stay at their home, without parental or guardian approval, can be charged with interference with custody of a child. Visit for more details: Should an adult be holding a missing person, against his or her will, they would be prosecuted.

    Lewis is described as a biracial male of Hispanic-African American heritage standing 5'1" and weighing under 100 pounds. He has a scar through his left eyebrow as well as a scar on his upper lip. If anyone has information on his disappearance, or has recently seen Lewis, to please contact the Boston Police Department, Div B3, at (617) 343-4700, or (617) 343-4687. Visit LostNMissing Inc at

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