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During the month of February, 7 boys went missing from across the state of Texas. These are guys who should be enjoying Spring Break right about now and spending time with friends and family. Instead they are missing and loved ones are desperate to bring them home. Please look through the pictures and if you recognize any of these missing kids, let authorities know. Help us bring these kids back home to their parents and loved ones across the state of Texas.

One of the boys is from Lubbock and was just recently added to The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's database. His name is Million Sepeda and he went missing on February 13.

    • Missing Since: Feb 13, 2023
    • Missing From: Lubbock, TX
    • DOB : Dec 14, 2006
    • Age Now: 16
    • Sex: Male
    • Race: Hispanic
    • Hair Color: Brown
    • Eye Color: Brown
    • Height: 5'7"
    • Weight: 207 lbs

Authorities need your help in locating these lost children. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) are doing all they can do to alert the public of these missing children.

The boys shown below come from all areas of the state and represent a diverse age range. Last week we showed you pictures of the girls from Texas that went missing last month. Please look through those pictures that will be posted below as well.

Please take a little time to look through all of the pictures below and see if you recognize any of the faces or names. As you're looking through these photos, if you recognize one of the missing children or have information concerning their whereabouts, call 911 or the NCMEC's phone number at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678).

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