It's every parent's worst nightmare, dealing with not knowing where your child is. One second he is there, safe and doing fine, next thing you know he is gone. Completely vanished and that is what Landen Hoitt is currently dealing with, and she is asking for the public's help to bring home her son Gannon.

11-year-old Gannon Stauch went missing on January 27th from his neighborhood in Colorado Springs. At the time Gannon went missing his mother was in South Carolina and flew home immediately.

The last sighting of Gannon was him getting into a truck with his step-mother and he hasn't been seen from since. As can be expected, crews have searched all over Colorado Springs looking for Gannon with no luck. Even bringing in special equipment to search bodies of water in the area.

There have been multiple vigils held to help find Gannon and lots of people in his home town have turned on blue lights to bring awareness and show support.

Gannon's mom is confident he would never run away as he is such a caring individual. She is still searching for words on how to tell her youngest son, Gannon's brother, about his brother's disappearance.

Landen is pleading with anyone who has information to please come forward, so hopefully, Gannon can be reunited with his family. If you have any tips on where Gannon might be please reach out to the El Paso County Sheriff's Office at (719) 520-6666 or email tips@elpasoco.com

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