The FBI has provided an age progression image of a Texas teen who disappeared three years ago from her home in Spring.
CrimeOnline previously reported that Kristen Galven’s mother last saw her daughter on January 1, 2020, when the then-15-year-old left to spend the winter with her grandmother.
Galven’s mother, Robyn Cory, told KHOU that her daughter had gone missing once before — in 2021, when she left with her boyfriend and became a victim of sex trafficking.
She disappeared again just a month later. Cory fears the same has happened again.
“Kristen was not the same child when we recovered her,” Cory said.
“We have a problem. And you know, to find that it’s not only my daughter missing and being sold, Houston, we have a problem.”
Cory says she hopes the FBI’s new image will help bring her daughter back home.
“I can only hope that the age progression is what my baby looks like. Because I still see that 15-year-old face and voice, a child,” she said. “And this is a child missing. And I hope the nation sees her.”
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[Featured image: Kristen Galvan age progress/FBI, left, and photo from NCMEC]