FBI + Local Law Enforcement Allow Public To Join Search For Missing East Texas Girl
After searching for missing 10 year old Kayla Gomez-Orosco, the FBI will allow citizens to join in the search for the missing East Texas girl Saturday morning. The FBI and other local and state law enforcement agencies have been following up and checking out all leads that have come in to the FBI tip hotline. Most of the leads have been investigated but they still have more to follow up on as they will soon be entering day four of the search for Kayla.
The FBI will be coordinating a planned search Saturday and will allow citizens who want to join in on the search to participate. The coordinated effort will be conducted by the FBI and anyone who wants to join in should meet at Bullard High School Saturday morning at 7 a.m. but must register in advance through a web page that has been set up by the FBI. KLTV 7 was at the special press conference this evening conducted by the FBI agent in charge of the investigation Tom Class.
The reward for any information leading to Kayla's return is now up to $60,000 and is being offered by the Cherokee County CrimeStoppers office. If you have any information in this case, no matter how small, you are encouraged to call the FBI tip line at 972.559.5711.
The community of Bullard has been coming together and praying for Kayla's safe return and at the same time coming to feed and support those in law enforcement agents that are assisting in the search. Those concerned are also showing support for Kayla and her family by wearing pink and tying pink ribbons on trees, antenna's and cars.
Please continue to share these posted stories along with the images of Kayla across your social media accounts.