Virginia police say they’re searching for a 4-year-old boy who reportedly disappeared overnight.
According to the Daily Press, Codi Bigsby was last seen at a home in the 100 block of Ranalet Drive, in Hampton, in the Buckroe Beach neighborhood. The child’s father, Cory Bigbsy, told police that when he woke up, his son was gone. The father added the last time he saw Codi was around 2 a.m. Monday morning.
After searching the neighborhood and nearby areas without luck, additional resources were brought in to assist with the search. Hampton Police Chief Mark Talbot would not confirm whether he believes foul play was involved in Codi’s disappearance but did say the case is “not an AMBER Alert” and it’s unlikely that he was abducted.
Talbot added that the boy’s family is likely “the key” to what happened. So far, they have been cooperative with the investigation.
“The evidence doesn’t match what we’ve been told,” Talbot said. “We feel strongly that somebody listening can be helpful.”
“Cody is an African American child. He is about 3 and half feet tall. He has a medium complexion and believed to be dressed in all black. He may be wearing Spider-Man flip-flops.”
The Hampton Police Division is accepting volunteers to aid in the search for missing Codi Bigsby. Use the below link and follow the instructions to sign up. https://t.co/a0yNRlJ40Y pic.twitter.com/GW57NCYUM3
— Hampton VA Police (@HamptonVAPolice) February 1, 2022
Anyone with information regarding the case should call the police or the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP (1-888-562-5887).
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