Breaking: U.S. Marshals Rescue 200 Missing Children in Major Operation


The United States Marshals issued a statement on Monday describing the conclusion to Operation We Will Find You 2. This resulted in 200 missing children being recovered across the country.

Operation We Will Find You 2 was the second nationwide missing child campaign of its kind. It ran from 20 May to 24 June and targeted geographical areas where there were high concentrations of missing children. Children who are missing can be in grave danger, as they may be at risk of child sex abuse, exploitation, and other crimes.

Operation We Will Find You 2 was able to recover and remove 123 children who were in dangerous situations with the help of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. According to child welfare or law enforcement agencies, 77 additional missing children were found in safe places. Out of the 200 found children, 173 were runaways in danger, 25 were missing and considered to be otherwise, one was a family kidnapping, and another was not. The youngest child found was only 5 months old. 14 of the missing children were located outside the city they disappeared from. Of the children who were found, 57 percent had recovered within 7 days after the USMS began assisting the case.

It’s always nice to hear unadulterated good news. The majority of the 200 children who went missing have been located and are now on their way home.

In recent months, human trafficking has become a major issue, especially the trafficking and exploitation of children.

Merrick Garland, the Attorney General of the United States, shocked the public by saying something on which people across the political spectrum could agree.

Merrick B. Garland, Attorney General, said: “There are no adequate words to describe how terrified families and communities feel when children go missing. I am grateful for the hard work of the U.S. The U.S. Marshals Service and the National Center for Missing and Exposed Children worked together to locate 200 critically missing children in this six-week search operation. They work to protect children every day.”

One of the most important missions of the U.S. The U.S. Marshals Service is responsible for locating and recovering critically missing children in our country. Marshals Service Director Ronald L. Davis. This is one of the top priorities for us, as thousands of children are still missing or at risk.

Listed in the report are:

  • A 16-year-old girl from Michigan was held hostage by a male 30-years-old in Indiana. The captor posted photos of weapons and cash on social media. One photo showed him holding a firearm on the child. The girl has been released, and her captor is currently in jail.
  • In Miami, a 15-year-old girl who had been trafficked for sexual purposes was rescued from an apartment.
  • The 12-year-old Portland, Oregon girl who reported family members for sexual abuse was found and placed into foster care.

In recent months, federal law enforcement agencies have come under fire from many angles. The U.S. The Marshals Service has escaped the brunt of the criticism, and for good reason.