The search for the missing boy from Nebraska, who disappeared a year ago, continues

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When you walk into the La Vista Police Department in Nebraska, one of the first things you’ll see is a photo of Ryan Larsen. “A year has passed and the case is still under investigation,” said Chief Bob Losten. “We looked everywhere.” Lostin says his department knew Ryan. They found the boy with autism safe half a dozen other times when he dropped out of La Vista West Elementary School. But on May 17, 2021, something went wrong. Ryan left school around 11:45. A neighbor spotted him at 1:30 p.m. at the Southfield apartment complex, where Ryan lived with his mom and older sister, about two blocks from the school on 84th and Harrison Street. Nine months ago, investigators turned to Google for help, obtaining search warrants for all phone calls in the area. that day. Losten said social media, Google search and text messaging are just beginning to emerge. “We’ve worked with them to narrow down this big batch of information, but our timeline and schedule are two different deadlines,” he said. search. “We had people who didn’t come to us for information,” he said. “We had people who lied to us about the information, so it was unpleasant.” Searchers return to the Walnut Creek recreation area on Tuesday, another place Ryan loved to visit. They will use an underwater drone and special sonar equipment. Last summer, they lowered the water level, and corpse dogs discovered human decay, but police don’t know if it smells like Ryan, ”he said. “Something there.” The boss has a message for those who know what happened to Ryan. He said it was time for someone to do the right thing. “It’s about him. It’s not about someone who may have information who is afraid and thinks they will have problems,” he said. “Someone knows something, and someone has to tell us.”

When you walk into the La Vista Police Department in Nebraska, one of the first things you’ll see is a photo of Ryan Larsen.

“A year has passed and the case is still under investigation,” said Chief Bob Losten.
– We looked everywhere.

Losten says his department knew Ryan.

They found the boy with autism safe half a dozen other times as he was leaving La Vista West Elementary School.

But on May 17, 2021, something went wrong.

Ryan left school around 11:45

A neighbor spotted him at 1:30 p.m. in the Southfield apartment complex, where Ryan lived with his mom and older sister, about two blocks from the school on 84th Street and Harrison.

Nine months ago, investigators turned to Google for help, receiving search warrants for all phone calls in the area that day.

Losten said social media, Google search and texts are just beginning to arrive.

“We worked with them to narrow down this big batch of information, but our timeline and their schedules are two different terms,” he said.

The first few hours of investigating the missing child are key, and Losten said some people have polluted the search.

“We had people who didn’t come to us for information,” he said. “We had people who lied to us about the information, so it was unpleasant.”

Searchers return to the Walnut Creek recreation area on Tuesday, another place Ryan loved to visit. They will use an underwater drone and special sonar equipment.

Last summer they lowered the water level and the corpse dogs discovered the destruction of the man, but police do not know if it smells like Ryan.

“Since the water is clear, we just want to see it again,” he said. – Something there.

The boss has a message for those who know what happened to Ryan. He said it was time for someone to do the right thing.

“It’s about him. It’s not about those who may have information that is afraid and thinks they will be in trouble,” he said. “Someone knows something, and someone has to tell us.”

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