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Kyle Rugg missing from Livingston, Texas since 2015

Kyle Rugg

Missing Texas Kyle Rugg

Kyle Rugg from Katy, Texas was last seen in Livingston, Texas on March 4, 2015.  He was to a lake in Livingston with two guys he recently met at a party.  He left behind his 2003 Silver Hyundai Elantra, at his friend Mike’s apartment in Katy.

Kyle Rugg
Kyle Rugg

The family are worried about what happened to him.  Sean, Kyle’s brother told Fox news, “So we know that they took his keys, and something happened to him when he was with those two guys, but somehow somebody moved the vehicle. ”

Kyle has tattoos on chest and upper right arm, ear piercings that stretch his ear lobes and scars on his right knee due to recent knee surgery. He drives a silver Hyundai Elantra with TX plates CD4 Z207.

If you have any information contact the Harris County Sheriff’s office or Texas Equusearch.

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America and Missing Texas Forty.

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