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UPDATE: Wednesday, June 11, 2014 8:27 a.m.

From Botetourt County Sheriff’s Office: The missing child has been located and is in good health. Thanks to all who were involved in the search and for the Media’s help.


Wednesday, June 11, 2014 8:00 a.m.

Botetourt County authorities are asking for help in finding a missing 9 year old boy. The sheriff’s office says the boy has ADHD and his parents discovered him missing from their home on Little Catawba Road around 6 this morning. The boy’s name is Kevin. He is described as white, 4 feet tall, and weighing about 60 pounds. He was last seen wearing red pajamas with Angry Birds on the top and black tennis shoes with green laces. If you’ve seen him, call the Botetourt County Sheriff’s office at 540-473-8631.

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Botetourt County Sheriff’s Deputies, Virginia State Police and Botetourt County Emergency Services are currently searching for a missing 9 year old boy. Just before 6:30 am this morning, Botetourt County Dispatch received a call from the 1200 block of Little Catawba Rd. in reference to the missing 9 year old. He is described as being a white male, 4 feet tall and weighing approximately 60 pounds. Last seen wearing red pajamas with Angry Birds on the top as well as black tennis shoes with green shoe laces. The subjects first name is Kevin and is said to have ADHD. He walked off within the past couple of weeks and was located about a mile from the home.  The Parents got up around 6am and discovered him missing, so we do not know exactly what time he left the residence. Anyone with information or seeing anyone matching this description please call Botetourt County Sheriff’s Office at 540-473-8631.