Ontario Police say they’re “exhausting all sources” in an ongoing effort to find a lacking 11-year-old autistic boy.
Talking to reporters exterior the Kawartha Lakes Police Service on Monday morning, Sgt. Deb Hagarty stated Draven Graham was final seen round three pm Sunday at his dwelling in Lindsay, Ontario.
The boy resides on Queen Avenue close to the Scugog River, he stated.
He’s described as being 4 ft 10 inches tall with a slim construct.
Draven, who was final seen sporting a blue t-shirt and darkish sweatpants, was sporting no sneakers and was carrying a white pill.
Hagarty, who stated there isn’t any indication Draven was kidnapped, advised members of the media that since he went lacking he has been noticed strolling north on Colborne Avenue East close to Rivera Park.
Since then, the boy’s clothes has been recovered in that space, police stated.
Police from a number of jurisdictions, together with the OPP, together with volunteers searched in a single day for Draven, who Hagarty says has “restricted verbal expertise” and “extreme irritation” to the contact. The searchers stay on foot and by boat. They’re additionally utilizing a drone, a helicopter and police canines.
“(Draven) likes to cover and isn’t more likely to come out if his identify is named,” he stated, including that among the finest methods individuals might help is to conduct an intensive search of his property.
Police are additionally asking anybody with video surveillance of that space to contact them.
Anybody who has seen Draven Graham is requested to name Kawartha Lakes Police at 705-324-5252.