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PHOTO OF MISSING 6-YEAR-OLD TO GO INTO MILLIONS OF HOMES

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A three-month search for a missing Utah boy will get a boost this week when the boy's photograph is sent to millions of homes throughout the nation.

Lance Bronson Guevarra, 6, was last seen the evening of Aug. 13 leaving a next-door neighbor's house in his Big Water, Kane County, neighborhood. His picture will be featured on ADVO Inc. direct mail cards distributed to 61 million households nationwide, including 570,000 in Utah, said ADVO spokeswoman Tracy Morris.The cards will include a description of the boy and a toll-free number for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

"We urge people nationwide to look for Lance's picture in their mailbox and to call the national center's hotline with any information on his whereabouts," said ADVO senior vice president Vince Giuliano.

There were no witnesses to Guevarra's disappearance, and despite extensive searches by local police and his family as well as national exposure through the television programs "America's Most Wanted" and "Unsolved Mysteries," there have been few verifiable leads on his whereabouts, said Kane County Chief Deputy Allen Johnson.

"I would give everything I own to have Lance brought back to us," said the boy's mother, Kimberly Guevarra. The boy's family is offering a $10,000 reward for any information regarding his whereabouts.

"We hope that the reward, along with ADVO's picture distribution, will help us find him," she said.