Of the 803 missing children cases in Ohio, Black children account for the majority of missing youth, a new report from Dayton Daily News states. According to data provided by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, Black youth under the age of 18 account for more than 61% of the total missing youth, despite Black youth only making up about 16% of the state’s youth population, according to census estimates. The state reports that Black children make up 17% of Ohio’s K-12 classes.

Of the children in Dayton, 54 kids were on the attorney general’s list, and more than 60% of those missing children were Black. Dayton’s population demographics by race show the city as being 56% white and 38% Black.

The attorney general’s office clarifies that the data, which comes from the National Crime Information Center, is not an overall list detailing all of Ohio’s missing.