FBI on the hunt for a two-year-old boy who disappeared from bed in the middle of the night says they don't know if he was abducted or ran away
- Noah Tomlin was last seen by his mother in bed in the early hours of Monday
- But when she woke up he was gone and she told him that she was missing at 11:35 am
- The police said they & # 39; turn over every stone & # 39; and did not exclude abduction
The FBI and Hampton police are looking for two-year-old Noah Tomlin, who allegedly disappeared from his family's home in Norfolk, Virginia in the middle of the night on Monday.
The FBI and the state police are frantically trying to find a two-year-old boy who allegedly disappeared from his home in Virginia in the middle of the night.
Noah Tomlin & # 39; s mother saw the toddler for the last time at 1:00 am on Monday morning when he was in bed with the family in Norfolk, said Hampton Police Chief Terry Sult.
His mother called the police at 11.35 am on Monday to report him missing.
Both Noah & # 39; s parents have reportedly been interviewed by the police, although no charges have been filed.
In a video posted on the Facebook police department, Sult said that agents & # 39; turned over every stone & # 39; in an attempt to find Noah.
Without going into specific details of the case, Sult said the police & # 39; do not exclude anything until we find the child & # 39 ;.
When asked if he suspected a kidnapping, he replied: & We consider everything from the child who just runs away, all the way to cheating.
& # 39; We look at all possible options. We will take it as a worst case and hope for the best case. & # 39;
Noah Tomlin's mother said that she had seen her son in bed for the last time on Monday morning at 1 p.m. and that she had reported him missing at 11.35 p.m. that day.
Police spokesman Reginald Williams told the Daily Press that the authorities searched for and re-searched the Bayside Village in Hampton, where Noah's family lives, as well as the Chesapeake Bay coastline.
First responders were seen looking at the nearby Mill Creek using an airboat.
Residents have been instructed to stay away from the areas where the police direct their search.
& # 39; We appreciate that citizens offer their help in searching & # 39 ;, wrote Hampton Police on Facebook.
& # 39; However, we ask that civil search parties refrain from coming to the area.
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