Missing: Shirdyn Toe
Apr 15, 2014 | 2333 views | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print

Fort Worth, TX ~ Shirdyn Toe, a child merely 15 years old, has been missing since January 3, 2014. Her family is seeking answers and begging for the public's help to get her home safe.  The NOMAD "not found yet" Division of CFSI for Missing Children is assisting in the search and says there are several ways members of the community can help and make a difference.


Representatives of CFSI state that getting Shirdyn's photos and information distributed far and wide is critical to gaining information that will lead to her return to her family. One share of a flyer could be the one that gets in front of the eyes of someone who has seen Shirdyn. Those willing and able to help are asked to please share her flyer and information via social media and printed flyers shared in as many locations as possible. Those interested in becoming an Advocate and assisting in "in the field" efforts for Shirdyn and other missing children in their area may sign up at www.cfsimissing.com.


Shirdyn Toe, age 15, is 5’3” tall, weighs 130 pounds, has dark brown eyes and black hair.  Shirdyn has been known to use the nickname "Shayy". When last seen she had hair extensions of approximately 12-14 inches long that may be removed, changing her appearance. She has a tattoo of small black stars on the inside of her right wrist. If you have any information or believe you know her whereabouts you are urged to contact the Ft. Worth Police Department at  817-392-4740 or Private Investigator Lisa Edrich at 817-905-3333.


CFSI (Center for Search and Investigations) is a pending Non-Profit Organization based out of Texas and is a collaboration of 3 divisions that help locate children that have gone missing: CFSI, B.U.R.N. and NOMAD. They are comprised of a large network of volunteers including Professional Investigators that offer their services pro bono as well as bikers, truck drivers, K-9 teams and many others who are willing to offer their time to fighting the child trafficking epidemic.


To find out more about Center for Search & Investigation please visit their website at : www.cfsimissing.com or contact CFSI CEO/Founder Chuck Foreman at 512-644-9856.

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