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No family wants their child to go missing, but sadly it is a reality that hit close to home for many Texas families last month. But you can help. You can help bring home missing kids just by doing what you are doing right now. Reading this.

More than twenty girls from Texas went missing in November and many of them are still missing according to the National Center For Missing and Exploited Children. The girls that went missing are from all across Texas including Lubbock, Conroe, Dallas-Fort Forth, Amarillo, and San Antonio.

So how can you help?

Below we have a gallery of pictures of the missing girls. Look through the pictures and see if you recognize any of these girls from Texas. If you do, contact law enforcement, even local law enforcement. Then share on social media so more people see the pictures of these girls. While The Center for Missing and Exploited Children are doing all they can to bring these kids, and so many others home, we can do our part as well.

Let's bring these girls back home!

These Teenage Girls From Texas Went Missing in November

According to the National Center for Missing an Exploited Children, these children went missing in November in Texas. These girls range in age and are from all over the state of Texas. Please look through the pictures and see if you recognize any of these kids. If you do, please contact authorities.

Gallery Credit: Chad Hasty

24 Children in Texas Went Missing In November, Have You Seen Them?

According to the National Center for Missing an Exploited Children, 26 children went missing in November in Texas. These kids range in age and are from all over the state of Texas. Please look through the pictures and see if you recognize any of these kids. If you do, please contact authorities.

Gallery Credit: Chad Hasty

24 Girls In Texas Went Missing In October, Have You Seen Them?

These young girls from Texas were reported missing in October and they are still missing. The list of children is from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Please look through the gallery here and if you recognize any of the kids, please contact law enforcement.

Gallery Credit: Chad Hasty