KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Community members will soon gather for a prayer and canvassing for a child from Kansas City, Missouri who has been missing since February 2, 2023.
Jayden Robker, 13, was last seen that day leaving his home on a skateboard near NW Plaza Drive and NW Plaza Avenue.
Robker’s family believe he was heading east on NW Englewood Road at around 3:30pm
Robker’s parents released a statement on Feb. 10 asking for information that could help bring their child home.
Jay, mom and dad adore you and miss you dearly. We are very concerned about your safety and want you home. If you think you’re in trouble, try letting someone know. To friends of Jay and anyone who might know anything, please contact the Kansas City Police Department or the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children with any information you may have. Jay, this is mom… I just want you home and I want to know you’re okay. I’ve always told you that I will move mountains for you and I always will. Your brother and sisters miss you so much, we love you.
Erica and Eric Robker
Robker’s parents told KSHB 41 that they are planning the canvas in partnership with the AdHoc Group Against Crime.
Before the canvas, the family will host a 13-hour prayer session next weekend, Saturday, March 4, 2023.
The next day and Sunday March 5, 2023, the family and AdHoc will then host a canvas and hope that many people will offer to help.
Robker’s mother said more precise details about the time of those events will be released in the coming days.
KSHB 41 will provide an update when those details are finalized.
In the meantime, anyone who has any information about Robker’s whereabouts or has seen them should contact the Juvenile Section of the KCPD at 816-234-5150.