Michael Austin Davis and Zachary Aaron Cooper are both missing from the Jacksonville area.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Today marks the state's 13th annual Florida Missing Children's Day.
Governor Rick Scott and Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey is hosting the event, which began at 10 a.m. in Tallahassee. The pair will help provide useful information on how parents can keep their children safe.
Today is also designed to bring attention to people still missing across the state. Several electronic billboard companies have had messages up throughout the weekend featuring missing persons.
In Jacksonville, the campaign is highlighting the cases of Michael Austin Davis and Zachary Aaron Cooper.
Davis disappeared in June 2007 after leaving his sister's home on the Westside and buying a shotgun at Jax Jewelry and Pawn, according to the CUE Center for Missing Persons.
Cooper reportedly ran away from his home in Keystone Heights in April 2009.
If you have any information about Davis or Cooper, you should call area law enforcement.
First Coast News