A Growing Number of Missing Children on the Big Island is Causing Concern

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Concerns are being raised on Hawai’i Island over a growing number of children going missing. At least 15 cases have been reported over the past two months, the latest being three siblings from Pahoa. Police are looking for 12-year-old Justin Soares Jr. So

Concerns are being raised on Hawai’i Island over a growing number of children going missing.

At least 15 cases have been reported over the past two months, the latest being three siblings from Pahoa.

Police are looking for 12-year-old Justin Soares Jr.

Soares Jr. is described as being 4’11”, 132 pounds and last seen wearing blue basketball shorts, a blue flannel, and black crocs.

Justina Soares is 14-years-old, 5’1″ 144 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

And Justice Soares is 16-years-old, 5’1″ 135 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

According to the Hawaii County Police Department’s website, most of the kids who have gone missing over these past few months were last seen in Hilo or Puna.

“My hope is that we as a community can open this conversation. It’s not an easy subject but as a parent of three children I worry to death that there’s something going on in our communities that we’re not aware of and we need to get in front of it and start talking,” Hawaii County Councilmember Matt Kaneali’i-Kleinfelder said.

Hawaii County Councilmember Matt Kanealii Kleinfelder says Hawaii County Police will be addressing the issue next Tuesday at 9:15 a.m. at a council hearing


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