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Lubbock Police continue search for missing teen

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From Lubbock Police Department:

As the Lubbock Police Department continues to search for missing juvenile Mark Ysasaga we remind the public of this case and again ask for any information regarding his disappearance.

Mark was reported missing on June 15th and LPD investigators have been searching for him since that time.

Investigators obtained security footage from the Wal-Mart at Marsha Sharp FWY and Ave Q which showed Mark at the store on June 14th. Investigators confirmed it was Mark in the video and that he was at the store with friends. There is no indication he was in any distress at that time. 

Investigators have also confirmed he left the store with friends and went to a home in the 3100 block of 27th.  He last made contact with a friend on the morning of June 14th and was last known to be walking from the area of 3100 27th.

The LPD is not seeking to locate Mark for any outstanding or pending criminal charges. 

Anyone with any possible information as to Mark's whereabouts or the circumstances surrounding his disappearance is urged to contact the Lubbock Police Department.

The LPD understands the large role social media plays in our lives today but we ask that those who may have information related this case contact the Police Department directly, as that is the best and quickest way to assist the investigation.

There is a reward of $2,000 for information leading to Mark's recovery.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Lubbock Police Department at 775-2786 or 775-2816.

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