Authorities Concerned for Welfare of Missing Teen, Infant Son

Morgan Styke and her son, Bobby Spence Photo: Waite Park Police
Morgan Styke and her son, Bobby Spence

November 16, 2018 05:51 PM

Authorities say they are concerned for the welfare of a missing 17-year-old girl and her infant son.

Morgan Styke and her son, Bobby James Spence, were last seen Oct. 23, according to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Styke had electronic contact with her mother the next day, but has not been heard from since.


RELATED: Waite Park Police Seek Help in Locating Missing Teen

Authorities believe Styke and her son are with 19-year-old James Spence. The three may be traveling in a 1995 white Ford Taurus LX with Minnesota license plate 837MBR.

Spence has ties in the New Richland area, the BCA said.

RELATED: Waite Park Police Seek Teens Who Ran Away with 6-Month-Old Son

Anyone with information is asked to call Waite Park police at 320-251-3281 or call 911.

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