The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation issued a statewide for a boy who disappeared on Sunday and hasn’t been seen since.
News 4 Nashville reports that 9-year-old Jordan Allen Gorman was last seen at his home in Ashland City. The boy’s parents reportedly told authorities that Jordan got into an argument with them, then ran away upset.
According to Cheatham County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Ken Miller, the search resumed for Jordan on Monday morning. Police have been canvassing the neighborhood and surrounding areas, but so far haven’t spotted him.
🚨 Endangered Child Alert 🚨 A statewide ECA has been issued for 9-year-old Jordan Allen Gorman, out of Cheatham County. Jordan was last seen at his Ashland City home, wearing blue jeans and a grey short sleeve T-shirt with red stripes on the arms. Call 1-800-TBI-FIND. pic.twitter.com/Wzeo8gslAi
— Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (@TBInvestigation) November 16, 2020
Jordan was last seen wearing a gray short-sleeve T-shirt with red stripes on the arms and blue jeans. He’s described as a white male who stands four feet tall and weighs around 75 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with any information on Jordan’s whereabouts is urged to contact the TBI at 1-800-824-3463 or the Cheatham County Sheriff’s Office at 615-792-2098.
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[Feature Photo: Jordan Gorman/Police Handout]