Police in Virginia are desperately searching for a missing toddler. Hampton police are asking for the public's help to find 2-year-old Noah Tomlin, reported local news.
Tomlin went missing in the early morning hours of June 24. It's not clear if the child wandered off or he was kidnapped.
"The chief is not ruling anything out. Everything from the child wandering away from home, to an abduction, to foul play is all being investigated at this time. Mother says she put the baby to bed at 1am and the next time she checked on him he was gone," said reporter Robert Boyd.
The Hampton police have posted a series of updates on social media. They are putting all their manpower into finding this sweet child.
Tomlin was last seen wearing a white and green pajama shirt and diaper. The child was last seen by his mother around 1 a.m. on Monday.
Police are asking for tips, but they are not asking the public to search on foot. People who know something are asked to call (757) 727-6111.
Two forensic units were outside of the mobile home where the two-year-old went missing. 13News Now reporter Robert Boyd said Hampton police isolating the home with crime scene tape.
Neighbors told 13News Now that the mother of the child “seems nice.”
Police have not released any further information about this missing child. Please join us in praying that this baby boy is sound safe and sound soon.