Day 2 of a search for a missing 4 year old boy got started at day break in Kenton.
The missing boy answers to Quentin, and he went missing around 12:45 Thursday afternoon from his home in the 600 block of South Wayne Street.
First responders were joined by thousands of citizens who searched until dusk Thursday night. After dark, infrared cameras on drones and helicopters continued the search efforts.
Kenton Police Chief Dennis Musser told WKTN, “We’ve got multiple agencies here assisting us with multiple canines, B.C.I. as well as several other agencies, and we’re continuing the search at this point. We also have several volunteers that we’re very blessed to have.”
Since different groups of professionals are currently assisting and to minimize the confusion, authorities say they need all civilian activity to be at a minimum.
The missing child is non-verbal and severely autistic.
He is around 4 feet tall, weighs around 60 pounds and has curly brown hair.
If you have any information on his whereabouts, call 9-1-1