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Missing Noah Chamberlin: Fears grow for boy, 2, who disappeared during woodland walk

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Missing Noah Chamberlin: Fears grow for boy, 2, who disappeared during woodland walk

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 18.01.16 18:56

Fears are growing for the safety of a two-year-old boy who has been missing for five days.

Little Noah Chamberlin went missing while he was on a woodland walk with his grandmother in Tennesse.
The two-year-old's grandmother reportedly lost sight of Noah in the woods and he hasn't been seen since Thursday afternoon in the town of Pinson.

Search parties of police and local volunteers have ramped up their efforts to find the child, scouring the woodlands every day and night, and more than 13,000 people have joined a Facebook page to help find the youngster.

A post on the Help Find Noah Chamberlin page said: "Noah went missing at about 1:20pm. Thursday in the woods near his grandparents' house off Short Road in Chester County, just south of Pinson.

"He was out walking in the woods with his grandmother and 4-year-old sister, authorities have said. Madison County Sheriff's Office spokesman Tom Mapes said they had sat down to talk, and the grandmother was paying attention to the sister and turned to find Noah gone.

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Re: Missing Noah Chamberlin: Fears grow for boy, 2, who disappeared during woodland walk

Post by Hobs on 21.01.16 23:27

He has been found dead approx 1.5 miles from where he vanished from.

The body of Noah Chamberlin, the 2-year-old missing boy from Pinson, has been found.
Chester County Sheriff Blair Weaver addressed reporters Thursday afternoon, and said Noah’s body has been located about a mile and a half from where he went missing.

Noah Chamberlin (Photo: Submitted)

Authorities said no foul play was involved in Noah's death, which they called a tragic accident. An autopsy will be conducted, which is standard procedure.
Noah had been missing since last Thursday. He, his grandmother and sister were walking in the woods near Short Road near the Chester and Madison County line when he disappeared. Hundreds of law enforcement officers and volunteers were involved in the weeklong search before Noah's body was found this afternoon.

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Re: Missing Noah Chamberlin: Fears grow for boy, 2, who disappeared during woodland walk

Post by lj on 22.01.16 14:18

Poor Noah RIP

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