Friday, 01 March 2019 17:06

Washington State Patrol Website Issue Corrected

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Washington State Patrol & Tacoma Police Dept.

Kaillina A. Lay is listed as a 14 year old female who is reported missing on August 31st, 2018.

There is no information provided at all to assist anyone in finding her and the picture they used as you can see by the above is ridiculous.

Is this the picture her family provided or is this an image law enforcement found on Lay's social media somewhere?

Either way, this is another example of why most people are never found.

The biggest concern is, did her family care so little about her that they thought it would be funny to provide authorities such a poor picture.

Here is a direct link to her missing person profile on The Washington State Police missing persons page of their website.
http://www.wsp.wa.gov/crime/alerts-missing-persons/missing-children/attachment/lay_kaillina-2/   It's basically blank.

Here is a direct link to Lay's profile in PDF format from their site as well.
http://www.wsp.wa.gov/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Lay_Kaillina.pdf 

Seeing as Lay is a child, why isn't she listed on The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children's website?

If this were your child, would you feel Washington State is helping find her?

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  • Comment Link MPC Staff Monday, 23 March 2020 02:10 posted by MPC Staff

    It's very nice to see that the Washington State Patrol has corrected the problem they had on the missing children's page on their site. Now the site shows that they are reporting missing children to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children which is a huge improvement. We appreciate them being aware of how important this is to the people who are missing and their families.

    Here is the updated link:
    https://www.wsp.wa.gov/crime/alerts-missing-persons/missing-children

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