Family of Lucian Munguia offers $10,000 reward for info that brings the Yakima boy home

Lucian Yakima Missing Collage, Yakima Police Department

YAKIMA, Wash. — Family members of Lucian Munguia, the now five-year-old little boy who has been missing for nearly a month, are now offering a cash reward for information that directly leads to his safe return home.

The following statement was released by Lucian’s mother, Sandra Munguia:

“We would like to offer a $10,000 reward at this time for the safe return of Lucian James Munguia, or for information directly resulting in the safe return of Lucian.

An attorney is drafting the official statement that will be finalized and published after the weekend.”

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Search efforts have extended throughout Yakima with law enforcement agencies from across the region and federal teams such as the FBI contributing to the search. To this point, no concrete leads have been made public, but the family refuses to give up its search.

Just days ago, Lucian turned 5. Loved ones and supporters gathered at Sarg Hubbard Park, where he disappeared on Sept. 10, to honor the little boy and spread awareness about his disappearance.

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Lucian, who has autism, is described as being 4-feet tall with black hair and brown eyes. At the time of his disappearance, he had shoulder-length black hair and wore blue shorts and a blue shirt with a shark on it.

Although law enforcement has scaled back its search efforts, investigations are ongoing. If you have any information that might help with the investigation, you’re urged to contact the Yakima Police Department immediately at (509) 575-6200.


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