ROMULUS, Mich. (AP) - Detroit Metropolitan Airport officials say they have evacuated about a third of the main terminal because of suspicious cargo. Airport spokesman Scott Wintner said authorities firstget more >>
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UPDATE: According to our media partners at MLive.com, police have issued a search warrant on the mother's boyfriend. Tribal authorities could neither confirm, nor deny these reports.
Tuesday marked day five in the search for Carnell Chamberlain, a 4-year-old boy from Mt. Pleasant.
Hundreds of volunteers searched over the weekend and so far police say they have uncovered very little information.
"He's a good kid you know, he's very adventurous in the house, he won't walk out, he's a momma's and grandma's boy for sure," said Zack Chamberlain, Carnell's cousin.
Carnell's disappearance has the entire community on high alert. After days of investigations, police say they've found a person of interest.
"All we know is that this young man is the boyfriend of the mother and he's been questioned by tribal police. Playing a cat and mouse game, he hasn't been cooperative," said Frank Cloutier, the Spokespersonf or the Saginaw-Chippewa Indian Tribe.
Throughout the weekend, police organized several search teams to look for leads, bringing in dogs and using sonar.
"When I tell you that all the resources off the Chippewa Indian Tribe have been used, I'm not exaggerating. There is nothing we could've done more," said Cloutier.
Neighbors and friends have also played an active role. More than one hundred volunteers searched through the wooded areas behind the child's home.
"When it comes to a missing child, all boundaries are down and all differences in life are equalized. It's been incredible the response we've gotten from everyone," Cloutier said.
"Hoping that one of the people will find him, something, even if its his shorts or anything," said Reba Janeen Navejar, Carnell's great aunt.
Anything, to bring this 4-year-old boy back to his family.
According to tribal police, the boy was left with his mother's boyfriend at the time of his disappearance.
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