East Texas Officials call for unity and prayer as search continues for Kayla Gomez-Orozco

Published on Friday, 4 November 2016 09:16 - Written by City of Tyler

As the search for Kayla Gomez-Orozco continues, City of Tyler Mayor Martin Heines and Smith County Judge Nathaniel Moran have called for community unity and prayer following the disappearance of the East Texas 10 year old from the First Assembly Church in Bullard on Tuesday evening. 

“As a parent of three children, my heart is broken for Kayla’s family,” said Judge Moran. “My wife and I are praying for her safe and quick return, and urge any citizen who has information regarding Kayla to contact the tip line immediately.”

Residents are encouraged to always be vigilant of their surroundings. Anyone with information about Kayla’s disappearance should contact the FBI tip line at .

“Each one of our community’s children is dear to us,” said Mayor Heines. “We ask that everyone join together in unity and prayer for Kayla’s safe return.”