Missing child from Clinton focus of FBI search
BATON ROUGE - There's a renewed push to find a missing toddler today, since it's National Missing Children's Day. Wesley Dale Morgan was 2 years old when he vanished from the front of his home in Clinton in 2001.
The FBI has placed Morgan on a national missing children's list. The list is filled with hundreds of other kids that have been missing for years.
There's a $10,000 reward for information that leads investigators to Wesley Dale Morgan. Investigators believe he is still alive and may have been sold.
May 25th is "National Missing Children's Day", and every year the FBI makes note of the cases that are still cold.
The FBI is scheduled to release an updated age progression photo of what Morgan may look like soon.
Morgan's disappearance was the focus of a report by the WBRZ News 2 Investigative Unit.
Since the report aired, the community has taken action. Citizens have offered up their own money in hopes of finding Morgan.
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