Australia Desperate search for 12-year-old boy missing from QLD coastal town
Williams: cops know more than they're saying, warrant may have been issued
The Florida police investigating the disappearance of Gabby Petito know more than they are saying at this point, according to former detective Ted Williams. Petito has been missing for almost a month: Her mother, Nicole Schmidt, last reported speaking with her daughter on Aug. 25, and the family filed a missing person’s report on Sept. 11. Police named Brian Laundrie, Petito’s fiancé, a person of interest this week as the search for Petito intensified. Police entered Laundrie’s home Friday night, at which point Laundrie’s parents told officers they had not seen their son since Tuesday.
A desperate search is underway for a 12-year-old boy who vanished days ago from a coastal town.
Police said the boy disappeared from the Hervey Bay suburb of Urraween in's south-east on Wednesday.
He was last seen about 11.30am that day near Heather Way.
The boy is described as being Caucasian, approximately 165cm tall with blue eyes and light brown/blonde hair.
At the time of his disappearance he was wearing light-coloured shorts, a black t-shirt with black shoes.
He was riding a black and green scooter.
The boy may have also been wearing a white jumper with a hood with black shorts, black/white shoes and a backpack.
Gabby Petito missing: Brian Laundrie's mom confronted outside home as hunt moves deeper into Florida reserve
Brian Laundrie’s mother was spotted outside her home Sunday morning as Florida authorities resumed the search for Laundrie in the deeper parts of a nature reserve where he was last seen. Gabby Petito, 22, has been missing for almost a month. Her mother, Nicole Schmidt, last reported speaking with her daughter on Aug. 25, and the family filed a missing person’s report on Sept. 11. Police named Laundrie, Petito’s fiancé, a person of interest last week as the search for Petito intensified, but his family reported him missing on Friday.
Police are concerned about his welfare due to his age.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Policelink or Crime Stoppers rather than approach him directly.
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