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Family takes initiative in search for Ysasaga

Mark Ysasaga was last seen on June 13th. Mark Ysasaga was last seen on June 13th.
Mark Ysasaga was last seen on June 13th. Mark Ysasaga was last seen on June 13th.
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The family of Mark Ysasaga has taken matters into their own hands after very little information has emerged about their son's disappearance.

At 8 a.m. Saturday, family and friends joined with 70 volunteers at Hodges Park in North Lubbock to search for anything that could lead to Mark.

"We're just doing our own search for my son or any of his items. His cell phone, shoes, clothing, anything that would lead us to him," said Anna Ysasaga, Mark's mother.

Mark was last seen on June 13th and little information has come forward in the nearly two months since he went missing.

"I haven't had any leads and haven't found anything." Anna continued.

The search was conducted from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday afternoon.

Anyone with information regarding Mark's disappearance, or with knowledge of his whereabouts can call Anna at (806) 300-1534, Jessica at (806) 559-8600 or the Lubbock Police Department Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.

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