Casey Hathaway, a 3-year-old boy from North Carolina who had disappeared since Tuesday, was found near his home on Thursday night and seems to be in good health, according to the authorities. The child was found near his grandmother's home, where he was last seen, and just when another winter storm began to break the state.
The rescue teams helped the FBI and other professional seekers in the eastern district of Craven to find the boy Casey Hathaway was playing with other children at her grandmother's house in ernul, norton, and did not go. At the same time as other children, according to Craven County Chief Hughes, Hughes.
According to the initial reports, the family searched for it about 45 minutes before a relative called 91
The demand was boosted by the winter storm expected on Thursday, which will bring strong winds and rains to the area. Hathaway did not wear clothes equipped for cold and humid weather.
"Our number one priority is to find Casey," sheriff Hughes said on Wednesday. "We see this as an investigation and search for a missing child, and we do it diligently, using all the available resources we have."
The sheriff said the expected cold sea marines from Cherry Point and Camp Lejeune would be attracted to search. The sheriff added that marines had trained in uneven places at extreme temperatures, which gave additional impetus to demand. 9 units, according to CNN .
"Today, hundreds of professional seekers and volunteers have gone through a terrain around the home to try to find Casey," said Cary Sheriff's office. "Volunteers have been sent home at night because of safety concerns, and professionally trained seekers will continue to work overnight, and additional search assets will return in the morning."
A request from AMBER was issued to support the search.
The sheriff said the neighbors and the people in the area were interviewed by officers, and the FBI and the State Office of Investigation of North Carolina were in place to help with the search.