|| Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
A. DeWade Langley
Public Information Director
06/24/10 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Officials Continue to Search for Missing Wewoka Boy
OSBI is offering up to a $5,000 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of a missing Wewoka boy. More than four years after his disappearance, Oklahoma law enforcement continues to search for Colton Clark. Colton was last seen April 20, 2006, near his home in Wewoka in Seminole County. He and his older brother lived with their aunt and uncle after their parents terminated their rights to the boys. Monty Clark, Colton’s biological father, longs for justice for his child. After family problems Monty and his wife Terrie allowed Monty’s brother and sister in law to adopt their two boys. Monty and Terrie say they truly regret these actions.
During the first several days of the investigation, local and state law enforcement scoured the area near Colton’s home searching for any trace of the young boy, who was nine years old at the time. The Seminole County Sheriff requested OSBI help with the case. Since then, OSBI agents have followed many dozens of leads. “OSBI continues to work this case and wants the public to remember Colton’s story. Someone has information as to what happened to this young boy. We urge that person to come forward,” Jessica Brown, OSBI PIO says.
Colton would now be 14 years old. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has available an aged progressed picture of him.
If anyone has information that could help solve this case, please call the OSBI hotline at 1-800-522-8017.