UPDATE: The body of a 1-year-old boy who went missing Sunday has been found.
Around 9 a.m. Monday, crews found the body of Noah Alan Jordan in Buck Creek near Clay Avenue and 54th Street, about a mile north of Cutler Estates, the Kent County Sheriff’s Office said.
“Obviously it’s very difficult time for a family, for the community to find out that Noah did not survive,” Sgt. Eric Brunner said. “…Our investigators are with that family, walking alongside them at this time. It’s a time of grieving and a difficult process so we’re going to provide whatever support we can.”
BYRON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — The Kent County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public to help find a 1-year-old who is missing from Byron Township.
Deputies say Noah Alan Jordan was last seen in a trailer park near Division Avenue South and M-6 around 11:05 a.m. He was wearing blue, gray and black camouflage pajamas and has blond hair and blue eyes.
Multiple agencies are canvassing the area looking for him, including trained search and rescue volunteers. Some emergency personnel are searching in nearby Buck Creek.
“Parents reported their almost 2-year-old, Noah, went missing after they couldn’t find him around the home. So Kent County sheriff’s deputies initially responded to help look for him in and around that home,” Sgt. Eric Brunner said. “Since they weren’t able to find him immediately in that area they started calling in more resources and to continue to expand that search outward. Noah was last seen wearing a blue onesie. Blue, gray and black camouflage were the colors with that. He is nonverbal.”
If you see Noah or have any information on his location you’re asked to call 911 or the Kent County Sheriff’s Office at 616.336.3113.