LA VISTA, Neb. (KMTV) - An endangered missing advisory has been issued to help find a child with autism.
The Nebraska State Patrol said 11-year-old Ryan Larsen was last known to be in the area of 78th Street and Terry Drive in La Vista around noon Monday.
Larsen is 5-foot-8 and weighs 125 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes.
He was last seen wearing a black jacket, blue jeans, an Old Navy shirt, and a polka-dotted umbrella.
If you know where he is, call 911 or contact the La Vista Police Department at 402-331-1582.
12 P.M. UPDATE: We are still searching for Ryan. Please check your property for any area where a child could hide, including yards, under decks, sheds and garages. We will be posting regular updates all day as the search progresses, so check back often.— La Vista Police (@lavistapolice) May 18, 2021
1 P.M. UPDATE: We are asking residents who live in the area near 78th Street and Terry Drive, near La Vista West Elementary, to check your doorbell and house cameras going back to noon yesterday for any sign of Ryan. 2/2— La Vista Police (@lavistapolice) May 18, 2021
LVPD says they have no new leads.@lavistapolice say their main form of communication will be through their twitter page.— Kent Luetzen (@KentLuetzen) May 18, 2021
They say they’ve dealt with Ryan before due to running and hiding.
There are no surveillance cameras on any of the 16 elementary schools in the Papillion - La Vista school district, so checking cams was not an option.— Kent Luetzen (@KentLuetzen) May 18, 2021
They believe he walked out of one of the many school doors.
Missing Juvenile Update 11:05 pm. The sweatshirt in this photo is the exact one Ryan was wearing today. pic.twitter.com/Yy8Rpr42P5— La Vista Police (@lavistapolice) May 18, 2021