State Police Looking for Missing 4-year-old Kid in Waters of Castle Island

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State Police Looking for Missing 4-year-old Kid in Waters of Castle Island

On Sunday night, law enforcement personnel began a thorough search of Castle Island and the nearby ocean for a missing 4-year-old kid. The youngst

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On Sunday night, law enforcement personnel began a thorough search of Castle Island and the nearby ocean for a missing 4-year-old kid.

The youngster was not found despite extensive searching by the Massachusetts State Police, Massachusetts Environmental Police, Boston firefighters, Boston police, Boston EMS, and the Coast Guard far into the night.

Mohemed Fofena, of South Boston, was playing in a park on Castle Island, which is part of the South Boston coastline, with an adult family member on Sunday evening, according to MSP, according to Boston 25 News.

The relative last saw Mohemed shortly after 7 o’clock. At after 7:30 p.m., they called 911 after failing to locate the young kid.

Mohemed’s mother claimed that when he vanished, her kid was with her grandfather and sister. She mentioned that her son is equally non-verbal.

“Please, if someone [has] Mohemed, I need Mohemed,” the boy’s mother said desperately. “He’s autistic, he don’t talk. Please, please.”

While they were there, the park, according to Mohemed’s grandfather, was highly bustling and packed.

Patrols from the MSP arrived and searched the area. The search was then supported by numerous more organizations and forces on land, in the air, and at sea.

The public was notified that Mohemed is black and he was sporting a gray hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, and blue shoes.

Call 911 right away if you see Mohemed or have any information on him.

After calling off the search at one in the morning on Monday, police stayed at the area all night.

The hunt will pick back up later on Monday morning.