Volunteers search park for clues to Ysasaga - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Volunteers search park for clues to Ysasaga disappearance

Mark Anthony Ysasaga, 15, has been missing for three months. Mark Anthony Ysasaga, 15, has been missing for three months.
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The Laura Recovery Center joined CSFI for Missing Children, along with the Ysasaga family and volunteers to conduct a grid by grid search on Sunday morning, to find for clues to the disappearance of a teen who went missing more than three months ago.

Lubbock police were called out to examine some bones that were found, but as of Sunday it is not known if the bones are animal or human.

Lubbock police released reports on Sept. 13 indicating that Mark Ysasaga, 15, may have been sighted in Abilene and San Angelo. Unfortunately, Mark's mother, Anna Ysasaga-Cuevas, tells us the San Angelo report turned out to be false.

"They were not a credible lead," she said. "It was down to one person who did not know my son..."

Ysasaga is 5'4 and weighs 145 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes. Both of his ears are pierced, and he may be wearing white Nike Air Force shoes.

Anyone with information about Mark's whereabouts is asked to call Crime Line at 741-1000.

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