Search continues two months after Mark Ysasaga went missing

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Updated: 8/17/2012 5:12 am
Still searching for their missing loved one after two months, the determination of Mark Ysasaga's family and friends is unwavering.

After holding community vigils, rallies, bake sales, and one search, those involved in the effort to find the missing teen are organizing another event. Volunteers including members of the Hispanic voter group La Fuerza plan to scour the neighborhood where 15-year-old Mark was last seen.

Becky Garcia said she hopes retracing their steps leads them to any new information.

"Things were a little different in this situation, just because Mark was not considered missing right away," Garcia said. "He was listed as a runaway and then a missing person, and so we lost those precious few hours in the beginning. And so, we just want to go back to square one and start fresh."

The group will meet at Wagner Park Saturday at 8 a.m. to begin the search. They will also hold a garage sale at 58th and Indiana, and a car wash is planned Sunday afternoon at 82nd and Boston.
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