KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- When teenage runaway Lara Snyder bumped into Scott Davis in the Cumberland County Justice Center lobby, she didn't recognize him.
"You probably don't know me," Davis recalled telling the 15-year-old girl who'd been missing for months and recently returned home to her mother's Crossville, Tenn., residence.
But as Davis spoke, the teen's eyes grew big.
"I know your voice," Davis said Lara told him. "You're the guy who did the show on me on the Internet. I watched it while I was running. I didn't think anybody cared."
By day, Davis works for the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office as the sex offender registry compliance officer.
By night, he runs an international online series in an attempt to gain exposure for missing children throughout not only Tennessee, but the world. The program, "The Missing," broadcasts on the Internet via YouTube and is shared with similar sites, including Facebook.