Rigs for Kids arrives in The Bronx

One out of every six missing children are found because someone recognized them from a picture. Rigs for Kids, created by Child Watch of North America and a mobile billboard company, came to The Bronx Saturday to help thousands for parents find their missing children.Nationwide, a child is in danger of being abducted every four minutes. Advocates claim that risk could be even higher in The Bronx. Reports show that more than 20 percent of missing children are Hispanic.Rigs for Kids gave parents free photo ID's of their children and did fingerprinting. There are currently 115 billboards in place. The goal of Rigs for Kids is to have 3,000.Since the program was launched in August, three missing children from New York city abducted by their father were found in Las Vegas.Organizers of the program say that ex-spouses or someone close to the missing child is often the abductor.

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