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Search continues for missing Tennessee toddler

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CHESTER COUNTY, Tenn. – It’s been three days since a toddler was last seen by his grandmother playing near the woods.

According to WMC, 2-year-old Noah Chamberlin was hiking with his grandmother and sister in the woods behind his grandmother’s house. His grandmother said she focused on Noah’s 4-year-old sister for a minute and when she looked back up, Noah was gone.

Volunteers and search and rescue dogs have been searching the area, but have had no luck.

“Been cold, wet, muddy, lots of hills, lot of hard terrain, lot of swamps, lot of bottoms. I just pray that the boy is good,” said David Terry, a volunteer.

Tom Mapes, with the Madison County Sheriff’s Office, told WBBJ that rain on Thursday night has hindered their ability to track a scent or trail of Noah. 

Chester County Sheriff Blair Weaver says that he does not believe foul play is involved, adding that the entire family is cooperating with the search.