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Subject: Mother of Missing Person Seeks Answers During Medical Crisis
Early last summer the Greeley Police Department sent out the press release asking for assistance in locating an endangered teenager, Trevor Craven, who disappeared when he was 17. Craven is now 19 and has been missing since November 26, 2011, with no one having heard from him since.
Recently, Trevor’s mother, Carla Craven, 48, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Her condition is serious and she’s hoping, best case, to hear from Trevor, or worst case, to know what happened to him soon.
Greeley Police Detectives have been working in conjunction with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and others to try and find Trevor. Although several leads came in early in the investigation, there has been little new information lately. Police are seeking to renew the request for assistance in finding Trevor.
On November 28th, 2011, Trevor Craven’s mother reported him as an endangered runaway juvenile to Greeley Police. Trevor was last seen on November 26th, 2011 by family members. Trevor is approximately 5’09” tall, weighs approximately 130 pounds and has brown eyes and brown hair. Trevor has several tattoos including a red gas mask on his left shoulder, the letters “FTW” on his right shoulder and a star and swastika on his back. When last seen, Trevor was distraught, possibly suicidal.
Trevor’s picture is attached and his family is still searching for him, especially in light of his mother’s recent diagnosis. They, and the Greeley Police Department, ask that anyone with any information on Trevor or his whereabouts contact your local police department, the Greeley Police Department (970-350-9600) or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (800-843-5678).