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Local police departments searching for missing teen believed to be in Kerr County

todayMay 1, 2021

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KERR COUNTY, Texas — Local law enforcement agencies are asking the public’s help to locate a teen believed to be in Kerr County.

Juanito Bernal, 13, has not been seen since April 10, 2021, and was last seen in Houston on Aldine Bender Road.

The Kerr County Sheriff’s Office and Ingram Police Department both released the teen’s photo on Friday, asking the public to call their dispatch number if anyone sees the young man.

NEWS4SA says that this isn’t the first time this teen has gone missing this year.

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office was looking for Bernal after he went missing in January, 2021, according to NEWS4SA.

Anyone with information in this case or who may see Juanito Bernal is asked to call the Kerr County Sheriff’s Office dispatch line at 830-896-1133.


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