New information in search for Lina Khil; Report shows Robb Elementary needed security upgrades | KENS 5 News Now

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SAN ANTONIO — A school facilities expert told UCISD trustees in 2020 Robb Elementary needed “numerous security improvements,” two years before a gunman entered the building and murdered 19 students and two teachers. The presentation, obtained by KENS 5 through a public records request, also recommended security upgrades at other UCISD campuses. The analyst said the district should erect a fence around Uvalde High School, Batesville School, and Flores Elementary School.

READ MORE: Years before shooting, analyst recommended security upgrades for Robb Elementary

Lina Sardar Khil, who has been missing from San Antonio for more than nine months, will be featured in a national show about missing children. She will be featured in a segment airing on In Pursuit with John Walsh Wednesday September 21 at 8 p.m. (c) on Investigation Discovery. It will also stream the next day on Discovery +. The show typically highlights fugitives on the run and missing children.

READ MORE: Lina Khil to be featured on national missing persons show

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