Police in Virginia are searching for a missing toddler who reportedly vanished from his Hampton mobile home Monday.
Police need your assistance locating Noah Tomlin, 2-year-old white male, last seen wearing a white and green pajama...Posted by Hampton Police on Monday, June 24, 2019
According to WAVY-TV, Noah Tomlin's mother told police that she last saw her 2-year-old son about 1 a.m. Monday when she put him to bed at their Atlantic Avenue home. About 10 hours later, she called police to report him missing, authorities said.
Hampton police said they are using "all available resources" to try to find Noah and have asked state and federal authorities for assistance.
All available resources are being utilized to locate this missing child. If you have any information please come forward to police. pic.twitter.com/h2JG3aPMWg— Hampton VA Police (@HamptonVAPolice) June 25, 2019
"We're considering everything from the child just walking away ... all the way up to and including foul play," Hampton police Chief Terry Sult told reporters Monday afternoon.
Noah's mother is "working with our detectives at this point and trying to find a safe resolution to this, as well," Sult added.
Here is an update from Chief Sult on our efforts to locate the missing child in the Buckroe beach area. We appreciate citizens offering their assistance to search. However, we request that civilian search parties refrain from coming to the area. pic.twitter.com/hEWGHasBhe— Hampton VA Police (@HamptonVAPolice) June 24, 2019
Noah was wearing a diaper and a white-and-green pajama shirt when he was last seen, police said.
Anyone with information about Noah's disappearance should call Hampton police at 757-727-6111.
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