Family still holds out hope on 8th anniversary of Joshua Davis' disappearance


    The age progressed picture of Joshua Davis has been posted all over social media, including the ‘Let’s Find Joshua Davis Facebook page, which has over 3,000 likes and followers. (Courtesy Photo)

    NEW BRAUNFELS - This Monday marks eight years since a baby boy disappeared from his family’s mobile home in New Braunfels.

    Family and police are still looking for answers for the disappearance of one-year-old Joshua Davis.

    We talked to the grandmother of Joshua Davis who is still holding out hope that here grandson is out there somewhere.

    New technology could help get more leads into this investigation.

    The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children recently released a new age progression picture of what Joshua.

    He would be 10 years old in August and this is what he may look like today.

    The picture has been posted all over social media, including the ‘Let’s Find Joshua Davis Facebook page, which has over 3,000 likes and followers.

    Previous reports show -- in 2011 Davis’ parents told police they had no idea how their son disappeared.

    They told investigators they thought he’d been abducted. To date, no one has been charged in his disappearance.

    Joshua’s grandmother is not giving up on the search. She hopes this new picture might bring the boy back home.

    "You try to picture in your mind what he would look like now, and then you start second guessing and questioning yourself, like God would I even recognize him if he was in front of me,” said grandmother Natalie Vargas.

    New Braunfels police have said evidence shows Joshua was possibly injured and then removed from the home before he was reported missing.

    Anyone with information is asked to call New Braunfels police.

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