SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC 4 UTAH) - Every month 300 children are reported missing in
"Woke up one morning the window was open. I called the police they took the information," Gore said.
Jason Clark with BURN, said, "as soon as the information is sent in, a private investigator is assigned to the case and they get a hold of me."
"I gave them laptops, iPods, anything that I had electronically that we could trace was delivered to cyber forensics," said Gore.
That makes it sound easier than it really is, but burn - which has chapters in every state - and CFSI - have an amazing track record. They've found 223 missing children - including 23 in
"We have kids that we got out of prostitution... 13- and 14-year old kids we got out of prostitution here in salt lake,"
They investigate, they put up posters, and ask questions. And those involved say helping families is all they can think about.
"Once you start to understand and see what is happening to these kids in our neighborhoods it is hard to sit at home when a child is missing,"
Clark says they have 50 volunteer bikers in
He says when they help bring a family together - like the Gores - all their efforts are worth it.
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