Officials say they have leads in search for missing Tennessee 2-year-old

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CHESTER COUNTY, Tenn. -  Officials in Tennessee say they have new leads in the search for a missing 2-year-old boy.

According to WMC, last week, 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.

Hundreds of volunteers and search crews have searched for days, but have found no sign of the little boy.

Officials say search crews have been utilizing every form of modern technology that they could get their hands on during the search.

During a news conference Wednesday, officials confirmed they have a few leads in the case, WREG reports.

Investigators didn't go into any details on what those leads may be, but did say they believe the boy is still in the woods.

Officials also added the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have both thoroughly vetted the family.

Sheriff Blair Weaver, with the Chester County Sheriff's Office, maintains no foul play is suspected in Noah's disappearance.

Despite the cold weather and no sign of the boy, the Sheriff in Chester County has been adamant since day one Noah is still in the woods and alive.

 

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