As the search for a missing Ohio boy continues, authorities released the 911 audio from a call made Friday, when he was reported missing.
As CrimeOnline previously reported, 3-year-old Braylen Noble disappeared from the 3400 block of Gibraltar Heights Drive in Toledo at around noon on Friday.
A spokesperson for the Toledo Police Department, Lt. Kellie Lenhardt, said that the child’s mother, Dajnae Cox, said the boy fell from an apartment window located on the third floor, at the Hunter’s Ridge Apartment Complex.
Lenhardt added that Brayden is autistic and non-verbal.
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Search crews, including the Toledo police, Toledo Fire and Rescue Department, and Toledo Metroparks officers scoured the area but couldn’t find Braylen, despite searching trash cans, in vehicles, in attics, and under buildings.
Braylen’s grandmother, Bobbie, who made the 911 call, told a dispatcher that three large windows in the apartment had been left open.
“We’ve been looking for him for over a good 30 minutes. He fell out this window,” Bobbie said. “I’m hoping he’s okay but we don’t know where he is. We walked the whole grounds.”
Meanwhile, the search continues for Braylen. An organizer for volunteer searchers, Kim Sortor, told NBC 24 News that search efforts have shifted toward the nearby Swan Creek Preserve Metropark and “surrounding neighborhoods.”
“There’s only two resolutions: Braylen has passed away or someone has taken Braylen,” Sortor said.
Braylen was last seen wearing a red and white Mickey Mouse shirt. He dislikes loud noises and answers to the nickname “Fats.” He
FBI Cleveland is offering up to a $5,000 reward for information leading to Braylen. Anyone with information should call 419-255-1111 or 911.
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[Feature Photo: Braylen Noble/Handout]