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Arkansas State Police announce a missing and endangered child advisory

Little Rock, Arkansas – On Saturday night, the Arkansas State Police issued a warning about a missing and endangered youngster.

Karmaran Boyd, 13, was allegedly abducted from his Desha County home by his non-custodial parent.

Karmaran, according to the police, was last seen on South Ash Street in Dumas at 11 a.m. on Saturday while sporting a blue shirt, gray sweatpants, and either black or dark blue Crocs.

His non-custodial mother, Gabrielle Boyd, 32, is described as being five feet five inches tall, weighing 186 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair that has some colored dreads.

She was last spotted with gray sweatpants and a white t-shirt on. Her vehicle has the AR license plate 234UPY and is a gray 2001 Mercury Grand Marquis.

The Mercury is marked with a “SMART” decal on the right rear side, tinted windows, and a crack in the back bumper.

If you see Karmaran, the Arkansas State Police advised against trying to get in touch; instead, call the Dumas Police Department at (870) 382-5511.

Ethan Sullivan



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