Our listeners in the Crossroads area may have seen the face of missing 5-year-old Samuel Olson show up on your social media feed over the long holiday weekend.

Authorities in south Texas are joining forces to try and locate the young man after reports say he was taken from a home in the Webster, Texas area near Houston during the morning of May 27th. The all-volunteer group Texas EquuSearch, which has been a part of locating countless missing Texans, has joined in the search.

Help Bring Samuel Olson Home

Texas EquuSearch describes Samuel as last seen wearing a gray t-shirt that featured the Kool-Aid man on the front with jean shorts and "Buzz Lightyear" shoes. Sam has golden-brown hair with a white patch of hair on the right side of the back of his head.

Anyone with information about this boy's whereabouts over the holiday weekend is asked to contact the Houston Police Department by calling 832-394-1840 and ask for Detective King. Anyone with information can also contact Texas EquuSearch at 281-309-9500.

See the complete flyer with all of Samuel's information by clicking the button below.

How Long Has Samuel Been Missing?

KHOU.com in Houston reports the details of Samuel's disappearance continue to change. Detectives in Harris county say the last place they can verify anyone actually seeing the young man goes back to April 30th when he was last seen at his elementary school. Samuel's father Olson says the boy was staying with his girlfriend in the Webster area when the boy's mother showed up with a person in a Harris County police uniform. When questioned by Houston police, the mother said she did not know where the boy was.

As the story develops, authorities are finding the multiple conflicting stories very hard to follow. Now that Texas Equuseach has joined the effort, they hope to find answers very soon. Our prayers go out to this little boy and we hope he is found safely. If you can help with any information please use the phone numbers above to call in anything you may know or anything you may have seen over the weekend.

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