FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Jan 23, 2011 – The family of Kyla Porter, 19 years of age in 2008, who vanished from Holiday, Florida is planning an event to help bring awareness. It has been nearly three years and no sign of Ms. Porter has been seen. Her family desperately seek answers as to what happened to Kyla.
A Poster and Balloon Launch is being organized by LostNMissing, Inc, a 501c3 Non-profit organization that is managing the case for the family. Volunteers are being sought and asked to arrive on Saturday, February 26, 2011at 9:00 am at the Publix Supermarket parking lot at 5127 US-19, New Port Richey, Florida near the Tuesday Morning store. Posters will be distributed to those who attend with instructions on proper hanging at local businesses and high traffic areas. It is the hopes that someone with information, or knows the whereabouts of Kyla, will come forward with tips.
Ms. Porter went missing on February 15, 2008 from Holiday, Florida. Her case remains an unsolved missing. At the time of her disappearance she made a call to her sister stating she was on her way home. Kyla was never heard from again. It is unknown where she was at the time of the call. Her family asks the public to please help with any information possible. They are heartbroken and have been searching for Kyla continually over the past two years.
Kyla is 5’4″ and weighs 125 pounds. She has a beautiful smile with straight teeth. Kyla loves stars and she has two very clear tattoo’s of a star on each upper portion of her chest. She also has a tattoo on her back. It’s possible that Kyla has been met with foul play, or possibly trafficked. The A&E television show, Psychic Kids, did a segment on Kyla’s missing status back in October 2010 titled “The Lost Girl.”
Her Facebook is “Find Kyla Porter” and website www.findkylaporter.com” Media may contact LostNMissing, Inc’s Founder, Cynthia Caron, at 603-548-6548 for family contact information for interviews, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any info, please contact the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office at (727) 847-5878 case # 08-13138, or your local police.