TBI puts spotlight on kids still missing on National Missing Children’s Day

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Missing child Jocelyn Emilia Turcios

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation put the spotlight on kids still missing on National Missing Children’s Day, holding onto hope they will one day be found.

Of the 14 children listed missing on the T.B.I.’s website, nine of them were last seen in Middle Tennessee, some missing for more than a decade are still on that list.

The list represents only a snapshot of the several other missing children currently in the state.

Then-two-year-old Jocelyn Emilia Turcios was last seen in Franklin with her mother in October of 2004.

Age-progression technology shows what Jocelyn would like in 2018 at 16 years old.

T.B.I. investigators believe Jocelyn may with her mother in Tampico, Mexico.

There is a warrant for her mother’s arrest for custodial interference.

Then-16-year-old Luis Fernando Delgado, last seen in Antioch in January of 2017 is still missing.

Another face to watch for is 17-year-old Dereille Larkin of Northwest Nashville.

Larkin was last seen in October of 2017.

If you have seen Turcios, Delgado, Larkin, or have information on any other missing children, call 1-800-TBI-FIND.

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