Texarkana Arkansas Police Dept.

 

Update as of 3:30 PM August 18, 2021:

Ezekiel Nelson has been located safe, and the guardians have been notified. Unfortunately, Jacyn Belt has not been located yet, so let's keep looking and sharing until we locate her.

Nothing can be more terrifying to a parent than having a child or teen go missing. The Texarkana Arkansas Police Department needs your help in locating two 14-year-olds that are missing.

 

TAPD

Ezekiel Nelson has been missing since last Saturday, August 14. Ezekiel is a black male with black hair and brown eyes. He stands at 5 foot 9 inches and weighs 140 pounds. If you have seen him or know where he is please call the Texarkana Arkansas Police Department at (903)-798-3130 or Detective Phillips at (903)-798-3154.

The Texarkana Arkansas Police are also looking for Jacyn Belt. Jacyn is a white female who is only also 14 years of age. She has blonde hair and blue eyes. she is 5 foot 2 and weighs around 120 pounds. She has been missing since Saturday, July 31. If you see her or know of her location please call the Texarkana Arkansas Police Department at (903)-798-3130 or Detective Phillips at (903)-798-3154. 

 There is no doubt that both of these teenagers are missed by both family and friends. Let's try and get these kids back home as soon as possible.

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