Florida police are looking for an 11-year-old boy and his biological parents, who are considered “potential persons of interest” in an interference with custody case involving the boy, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said.
Keavon Washington, also known as Keavon Cue, reportedly ran away from home early Sunday and may have been picked up by someone who knew him or a biological family member.
Although it wasn’t clear if Keavon is in a foster home or has been adopted, the sheriff’s office stressed that none of his biological family has custody or guardianship of the boy.
Deputies are also searching for Keavon’s biological father and mother — Keyera Cue, 35, and Franklyn Daley, 31 — who live in Alachua County (Gainesville).
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“We believe that they may have information that will lead to the whereabouts of Keavon,” the sheriff’s office said.
Keavon was described as being 4 feet 10 inches tall, weighing 135 pounds, with brown eyes, black hair and a cropped haircut, News4Jax reported. He was last seen wearing a yellow T-shirt, multi-colored shorts and all-white tennis shoes.
The Florida Law Enforcement Division issued a Missing Child Alert for Keavon but have not yet activated the AMBER Alert network because they don’t know if he was abducted.
Police asked that anyone with any information call the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office at 904-630-0500 or the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office at 352-955-1818.
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[Featured image: Keyera Cue, Keavon Washington, Franklyn Daley/Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office]