April 7

13-year-old Queen Anne boy missing

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A 13-year-old Queen Anne boy has been missing since yesterday, Wednesday, April 6. Brad George, who lives at the McGraw Residential Center, part of the Seattle Children’s Home, was last on Wednesday at 11:40 a.m. seen near the center, at 10th and McGraw, according to his mother Gina Latshaw.

Brad is 5’1”, 128 pounds, a medium build with blue eyes, dark brown hair and light complexion. He was last seen wearing black shorts,  a teal thermal shirt and purple Converse shoes.

Brad is prone to seizures, and takes daily anticonvulsants medication. Without his medication Brad’s caregivers warn that he may become confused or have unusual episodes.

If you have seen Brad, or have any information about his whereabouts, please call Seattle Police at 206-683-8917, or call 911 and reference PD Case Number 11-109938.

Seattle PD Case Number 11-109938

Missing and exploited children 800-843-5678

NCMEC case number 1169430

Want to help in the effort to find Brad? Download the pass out the missing persons flier (.pdf) around your neighborhood.

Update 4/9 12 p.m.: As of last night Brad was still missing. His mother has set up a Facebook page where she is updating with information about sightings and tips on his whereabouts. There are also more pictures to help people recognize him. We’ll be keeping track of any news about Brad, but check the Facebook page for frequent updates.

Update 4/10 10:30 a.m.: Brad was found Saturday in Darrington. He is currently in the hospital with his family awaiting an evaluation. Brad’s family would like to thank everyone who worked to help find him for their support and assistance.


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Brad George, McGraw Center, McGraw Residential Center, missing child, missing person, school overcrowding;McClure Middle School, Seattle Children's Home, Seattle Police


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