A boy that went missing in Pasco in September is still not accounted for, and authorities are asking the public if they've seen the boy. 

His name is Edgar Casian and he's 8 years old. Detectives from the Pasco Police Department are still searching for the boy and are asking for help in locating the child.

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Pasco Police posted details about the search on their Facebook page and here are the details in the case:

Edgar is 8 years old and Detective Jon Davis is looking for information about him. He has not been credibly accounted for since September 2020. Two siblings (9 and 3 years old) recently turned up in Tijuana MX under alarmingly dangerous conditions.

Officer Adrian Alaniz and Detective Davis have been dealing with parents and stepparents who should know where Edgar is, but claim they don’t.

If you have any information about Edgar’s location or condition, you are urged to call Dispatch at (509)628-0333 or email Detective Davis at davisj@pasco-wa.gov; he is bilingual.

If you have any information concerning Edgar Casian and whereabouts, contact the Pasco Police Department. Let's see if we can get this little boy back to his rightful family.

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