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We are not even a whole month into the new year and an additional 17 children and young adults have gone missing in Texas. These children and young adults are someone's entire life.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is here to get the word out about these missing children. The children they are asking for help finding are all under 18.

Dangerous individuals may be involved in some of the cases of these missing children. Some of them we are being specifically asked not to approach.

Lufkin And Forney Residents Asked For Help On Two Cases

Lufkin residents should be especially vigilant and on the lookout for two missing girls: Emma Campbell and Madison Adams.

Emma Campbell has gone missing from Lufkin in the past and may come to the area. Emma went missing on January 2nd from Palestine. She could be traveling in a 2013 Silver Ford Edge with Texas license plate number NSN6099.

Emma was missing from Longview on October 20, 2022 and was subsequently found on November 3, 2022. Then she went missing again on November 16, 2022 from Lufkin and was found again.

She is 5' 5" and weighs 158 lbs. She has light brown hair, but has been known to dye it red so she could appear slightly different.

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Madison Adams has been missing from Mabank since January 3rd. Madison may still be in that area, or she could be traveling to Lufkin or Forney.

Help Locate A Missing Child In Texas

From January 1 - January 26, 2023 there are 17 kids who have gone missing. Take a look at the photos and help reunite them with their families.

Texas Children Missing Since January 1, 2023

17 children have been added to the missing list already in 2023. See if you recognize any of them and help get them home. Check the National Center For Missing & Exploited Children for more details on how you can help.

29 Kids Have Disappeared In Texas Since October 1st, 2022

These are children that have gone missing since October 1st, 2022. Help the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children find them by looking at the photos. Every child deserves a safe childhood.

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