Yakima Police Need Your Help Finding Missing 19 Year-Old Male
Yakima Police (YPD) are asking you to help in locating a missing 19 year-old male who was last seen a week ago (June 22) on Nob Hill Boulevard.
The teenager's name is Trevor O. Bacock and he is described as being 6'0" tall and weighing approximately 215 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes.
YPD is requesting anyone that might have a clue to here whereabouts to call the department at (509) 571-0118 and ask for Detective M. Lee.
According to some of the comments on the Yakima Police Department's official Facebook page, Trevor suffers from Autism and is quite possibly off of his medications to treat his condition.
As the father of a 16 year-old myself, I cannot possibly imagine what it must feel like to have a child go missing. If this situation, unfortunately, ever arises, there are some valuable resources to help locate the person.
The Washington State Patrol (WSP) runs the state's Missing and Unidentified Persons Unit (MUPU) and directs you to call 1-800-543-5678 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request assistance with a missing child case. Currently there are 58 open and unsolved cases of missing persons here in Washington.
A bit closer to home, there is a social media group on Facebook called Yakima Scan Missing Persons that was "started in August 2015 after Chad Stotz went missing on July 10, 2015 and Cody Turner went missing on July 26,2015. Both of them are missing from Yakima, Washington."