MISSING | Massive search on for 2-year-old autistic boy missing from his Green, Summit County home
The authorities are combing through the nearby Nimisila Reservoir and have also dispatched a helicopter from the Ohio State Highway Patrol
Multiple agencies in the US, including Summit County Sheriff's Office, are currently looking for a 2-year-old toddler boy who vanished from his home in Green, Ohio, early on April 22 morning.
According to the Summit County Sheriff, toddler Kaven Fisher, who is believed to have autism, was tucked into bed by his parents at around 9 pm on April 21 night. Both his parents said that they went into his bedroom to check on him at around 1:30 am but found him missing.
News 5 Cleveland also reported that a door leading into the home was found open by the parents when they looked for their son. The authorities are combing through the nearby Nimisila Reservoir and have also dispatched a helicopter from the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
The child was last seen wearing a blue or a gray shirt along with red shorts that had a baseball pattern on it.
Anyone who has information should call the Summit County Sheriff's Department at 330-643-2181.