Shane McLaughlin Missing – Help find15 year-old boy missing from Romulus, MI since October 2020.
Romulus, UNITED STATES – Shane McLaughlin, 15 year-old at the time of disappearance was seen last in October 18th 2020. He was said to have gotten into an unknown SUV and hasn’t been seen since then.
What happened to Shane McLaughlin?
This question cannot be fully answered at the time of this report as Shane is still considered a missing person.
However, what we know is that Shane has been missing for almost 1 year now and no one has seen or heard from him since the reported time. He was said to have left his home in Romulus, MI at about 10:48pm.
Multiple sources say the cell phone of Shane has been off and there has not been any activities on his bank cards or social media.
Shane McLaughlin search:
The Romulus Police Department began search for the 15 year-old immediately he was reported missing. They search all areas where he was seen last and said to frequent but the search turned up nothing.
During investigation into the case of Shane, a CCTV footage was obtained which shows Shane getting into an unknown SUV the authorities tried tracking the car but there’s no information on that lead yet.
Shane McLaughlin description:
The then 15 year-old was described as a White male who is approximately 5’6″ feet tall and weighs about 180 pounds. He was said to have brown eyes and blonde hair.
The last known clothing description of Shane was not given however, he was said to have been carrying a black Nike duffle bag.
Distinctive features were given as a heartbeat tattoo on the inside of his left arm and both ears are pierced.
What can you do to help find Shane McLaughlin?
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Anyone who has seen or heard from Shane McLaughlin since he was reported missing or has information that can help find him has been asked to contact the Romulus Police Department at 734-941-8400. Reference case # 200019392.