Authorities Searching For Mother and 3-Year-Old Son Reported Missing From Louisiana

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A mother and her 3-year-old son have been missing from Louisiana since 2020 with no notable news coverage. Missing persons cases are highlighted in our news daily. Especially those cases that involve young children. The disappearances of Shrita Lee Chantel Watson and her 3-year-old son, Cain Watson have failed to gain that media attention.

The Morehouse Parish Sheriff's Office is asking for assistance in locating Shrita and her son Cain. On September 8, 2020, 38-year-old Shrita Watson and her 3-year-old son, Cain Watson, were last seen leaving the Bayou Gallion Subdivision. The pair has never been seen or heard from again.

Unfortunately, this is where any information ends on Shrita and Cain. There is no information on Shrita's background, family, or friends. There are no family interviews and only a few news reports regarding their case. Although there is an active missing person investigation into their disappearance, Shrita nor Cain are listed on NAMUS, the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System.

The Louisiana Repository for Unidentified and Missing People reports Shrita was last seen in the 9600 block of Medgar Evers in Mer Rouge, Louisiana with Cain on September 8, 2020. Her DNA and dental records are listed as unavailable.

KNOE News recently reported in March 2022, that the Morehouse Parish Sheriff's Office is actively searching for and seeking information on the whereabouts of Shrita and Cain. Although the information on Shrita's personal and professional life has not been publicly disclosed, the Morehouse Parish Sheriff's Office continues to search for the mother and her now 5-year-old son. They are asking the public to share their story and to contact the MPSO with any information.

Shrita Lee Chantel Watson was 5'8" and weighed 165 pounds when she vanished. If you have any information, please contact the Morehouse Parish Sheriff's Office at 318-281-4141.

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