Missing Persons

Ivan Aguilar

Ivan Aguilar was reported missing by family members on May 8, 2014
Hispanic Male | Age: 18 (01/05/99)
5'10 150lbs
Hair Black, Eyes Brown

The Leon County Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance in locating 15 year old [as of date missing] Ivan Aguilar. Aguilar was last seen at 10:30 pm on May 8, 2014 in the 300 block of Mastic Lane in western Leon County. It is unknown what Aguilar was wearing when he ran away from home, but his black and red tennis shoes were missing from his bedroom. The night Aguilar ran away he was messaging with friends through the KIK message application and made comments about running away. Since May 8, 2014, Aguilar has not made contact with any of his family or friends.

Aguilar is originally from El Salvador and has been living in the United States since he was 7 years old. According to family members, Aguilar does not have any identification with him and has no known means of communication. He may be using a black and orange bicycle for transportation.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Ivan Aguilar is asked to contact the Leon County Sheriff’s Office at (850) 606-5800.

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