Unified police asking for public’s help in locating 2 endangered kids
This story originally appeared on KSL.com.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office and Unified Police Department are asking for the public’s help in locating two endangered kids, Kevin Iteriteka, 11, and Skyler Shipp, 13, who went missing on Wednesday on a field trip to Memory Gardens.
The Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office said the missing children were last seen on Wednesday around 8 p.m. at Memory Gardens in Salt Lake City.
Kevin and Skyler are considered missing and endangered by police.
Endangered kids missing after field trip
Kevin Iteriteka was last seen wearing a blue jacket, dark beanie, dark pants, and dark shoes while riding a scooter. He is Black, 4 feet, 9 inches tall and 100 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.
Skyler Shipp was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, torn gray pants and dark shoes. He is white, 5 feet, 1 inch tall and 92 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes.
If you see Kevin and Skyler or have any information, call Unified police at 801-743-7000, the Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office at 801-743-7000, or simply dial 911.
The SLCo Sheriff’s Office is looking 2 Missing Endangered boys who ran from a group field trip in Memory Garden. Kevin 11, 4’9”, 100# blk/bro wearing a blu jacket, beanie, riding a scooter. Skylar 13, 5’1”, 92 lbs, bln / blu, wearing blk hoodie, gry pants, dark shoes 801-743-7000 pic.twitter.com/zNibSm2Gwj
— Unified Police Dept (@UPDSL) April 1, 2021
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