Here's Why We Don't See Missing Kids On Milk Cartons Anymore

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In 1984, Etan Patz became one of the first children to have his face displayed on a milk carton. The 6-year-old tragically disappeared on the morning of May 25, 1979, while he was on his way to the school bus in Manhattan. His father began widely distributing images of the boy, hoping to locate someone who had seen the child. Patz's widely publicized disappearance made media headlines and grabbed the nation's attention. Concerned parents began pushing for a nationwide system to track missing kid

Here's Why We Don't See Missing Kids On Milk Cartons Anymore

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