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Desperate search for boy, five, who disappeared from Lake Ohio resort, where his grandparents have a camp

  • Cameron Walters, 5, went missing on Monday around 5 p.m. in Mineral Springs near Peebles, Ohio
  • Divers and first responders spent hours looking for the child before surgery was suspended for the night
  • Cameron was last seen near the dock on the lake even though his family says he can’t swim

First responders and divers search a lakeside resort in Ohio for a five-year-old boy who disappeared Monday night celebrating Memorial Day with his family.

Cameron Walters was last seen around 5 p.m. at the Mineral Springs family campground near Peebles in Adams County.

The local sheriff’s office said Cameron, who cannot swim, had been playing around the 350-acre site before disappearing into the lake by the boat dock and elsewhere.

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Where's Cameron? Ohio emergency responders look for Cameron Walters, 5, who was last seen Monday night at the Mineral Springs Lake Resort

Where’s Cameron? Ohio emergency responders look for Cameron Walters, 5, who was last seen Monday night at the Mineral Springs Lake Resort

The boy was last seen in the water around the jetty, even though he cannot swim

The boy was last seen in the water around the jetty, even though he cannot swim

The boy was last seen in the water around the jetty, even though he cannot swim

Officers and divers spent hours looking for Cameron on Monday before stopping the search after midnight

Officers and divers spent hours looking for Cameron on Monday before stopping the search after midnight

Officers and divers spent hours looking for Cameron on Monday before stopping the search after midnight

When Cameron went missing, his family tried to find him with the help of other campers, but when they couldn’t find him, they contacted authorities around 5:10 PM.

Officers from several agencies, including the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, local fire and EMS, and crews from the counties of Union Township and Butler, Clermont and Hamilton, took part in the search.

A Loveland diving team responded to the scene and spent hours searching for the lake on Monday.

The search was suspended on Tuesday after midnight and resumed this morning at 7:30 AM.

Cameron was at the campsite with his family

Cameron was at the campsite with his family

His mother posted photos of the boy playing on Sunday

His mother posted photos of the boy playing on Sunday

Cameron was at the campsite with his family. His mother posted photos of the boy playing (left and right) on Sunday

Cameron's grandparents own a motorhome at the lake resort near Peebles, Ohio

Cameron's grandparents own a motorhome at the lake resort near Peebles, Ohio

Cameron’s grandparents own a motorhome at the lake resort near Peebles, Ohio

Agents from various agencies came on site to search the water and the 350-acre resort in search of the missing boy

Agents from various agencies came on site to search the water and the 350-acre resort in search of the missing boy

Agents from various agencies came on site to search the water and the 350-acre resort in search of the missing boy

Divers are scheduled to return to the campsite at 10:00 AM and continue to search the lake for signs of the missing child.

According to the sheriff, Cameron has no “disturbances.” He is considered missing and nothing can be ruled out at this time.

Cameron’s grandparents have a hairdresser at the lakeside resort. According to photos shared on his mom’s Facebook page on Sunday, the toddler was with his parents, older sister, and younger brother at the campground for the long Memorial Day weekend.

Cameron is described as standing at 3 feet high and weighing 45 pounds. He has blond hair and green eyes and was wearing black cargo shirts without a shirt.

Anyone with information about the location of Cameron Walters has requested to call the Adams County Sheriff’s Department at (937) 544-2314.

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