Mother fighting breast cancer wants help finding missing son - Trevor Craven

GREELEY, Colo. - A mother fighting cancer is asking for the public's help to determine what happened to her missing son, Greeley Police said.

It's believed Trevor Craven ran away from his home in Greeley on Thanksgiving weekend in 2011. He was 17. He hasn't been heard from since.

Trevor's mother, Carla Craven, has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Greeley Police said her condition is serious and she’s hoping to hear from Trevor -- or, in the worst case, to know what happened to him soon.

Police investigators said several leads came in early in the investigation, but there has been little new information lately.  Police are once again asking for help finding Trevor.

Trevor is about 5'9" tall, 130 pounds and has brown eyes and brown hair. He has several tattoos including a red gas mask on his left shoulder, the letters “FTW” on his right shoulder and a star and swastika on his back. When last seen, Trevor was distraught, possibly suicidal, police said.
                               
If you see Trevor or know where he is, please contact your local police department, the Greeley Police Department (970-350-9600) or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (800-843-5678).