Summer is here with many families planning out their activities. Those activities could be a simple road trip (probably a short one with the high gas prices), maybe a trip to a water park to cool down or a big and elaborate vacation for the whole family to relax for a week. Some families, however, are not making those plans. They are in a constant state of worry because their child is not home. One Tyler family is feeling this way as their child is one of 30 that have gone missing this month alone in Texas.

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As of this writing, since June 1, 2022, 30 children have been reported missing in Texas. Their ages range from seven months to 18 years old. These children are of all ethnicities, from different Texas cities and from different socioeconomic backgrounds.

One family from Tyler is wondering where their daughter could be. Her name is Anovia Taylor. She is 16 years old, biracial, 5'3'' tall with brown hair and brown eyes. She has been missing since June 14.

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

We don't know any specifics about her disappearance at this time. Her family and her friends want to know where she is. If you have any information, you can call 911, the Tyler Police Department directly or the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children hotline at 1-800-843-5678 (1-800-THE-LOST).

Anovia isn't the only child to go missing this month in Texas. She is one of 30 that has been reported missing so far in June. Take a look at those children below and visit to find out how you can help.

30 Texas Children, Including One from Tyler, Have Gone Missing in June of 2022

These children have all been reported missing during this month alone. If you have any information into the disappearance of these children, call 911, your local authorities or 1-800-843-5678.

Six Texas Children Under the Age of Five Still Missing

If you have any information into the disappearance of any of these children, contact the police departments listed on the graphic.

These 46 Adoptable East Texas Children Want A Permanent Family

These East Texas children are looking for that special family to welcome them into their lives and make them feel special and be a permanent part of their family through adoption.

For the identity and protection of these children, only basic limited information is provided by the state. To learn more about these children, please visit the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.

To see more children that are available for adoption in Texas visit the TDFPS website.

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