GREENVILLE CO., S.C. (WSPA) – Greenville County Sheriff’s deputies say they have found the missing three-year-old boy Thursday morning.
They say he is safe and was found 300 – 400 yards from his home.
He was reported missing from his home on Marlena Avenue in Piedmont around 9:30 a.m. and was missing for a little over two hours.
The sheriff’s office had K-9 teams and a helicopter involved in the search.
His mom said she saw him one moment and turned around the next and he was gone.
Deputies say the disappearance didn’t meet the criteria for an AMBER Alert, but they did use “Code Red”. The free service, paid for by the state, alerts users who sign up about crime, missing people, and bad weather in their area.
You can sign up for Code Red HERE.
Search for missing 3 YO in Piedmont
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