The body of a missing Michigan toddler has been located in a creek, just one mile away from where he was last seen.
According to local media reports, Noah Alan Jordan disappeared at about 11 am on Sunday, wearing his pajamas from the trailer park located in Kent County.
Sources revealed how his parents had launched a complaint regarding his mysterious disappearance. Therefore, a rapid hunt for his safe whereabouts was begun but now, it has been confirmed how the search has ended in a major tragedy.
Little Noah’s body was recovered from the Buck Creek on Sunday, this is said to be just one mile away from the estate where he and his family had been residing.
Sources added how cops had noticed footprints present near the creek and therefore they chose to focus their investigations in that direction. Therefore, they even sent divers into the creek and that’s why they were able to locate the little child’s body. But it is yet to be confirmed whether or not the footprints found were actually his or not.
During the later hours of Sunday, investigators halted the search in the Creek due to the safety concerns of those involved because the levels in the Creek had reached dangerously high levels. But the next morning, they resumed at about 9 am, and that’s when they found little Noah’s remains from the water.
At the moment, authorities are yet to determine the exact cause of the death as investigations into the tragic matter continue.
The Sheriff’s Department in Kent County mentioned how it is really hard when you’re working with children, adding how the matter gets really hard.
“We discovered little Noah’s body today at Buck Creek. We thank the entire community for coming forward and taking out the time to extend their support during this difficult period”- the Sheriff revealed.
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