AJ missing – Help find 3 year-old autistic boy who went missing today.
AJ, a 3 year-old boy has been reported missing and authorities are doing all they can to find him.
According to reports, AJ was seen last his residence in the Upper Hunter on 12pm Friday, September 3rd 2021. He is said to suffer from autism.
According to a Facebook post a vehicle was insight on the farm’s private road where AJ went missing. The vehicle was described as a White Toyota Hilux. the picture is attached below.
The 3 year-old has been described as a White male who has short brown hair and brown eyes.
No distinctive features or birth marks has been given. His last known clothing description has also not been given.
What happened to AJ?
The question what happened to AJ cannot be fully answered at this time because at the time of this report AJ is still considered a missing person.
What are authorities doing to find AJ?
Authorities have been carrying out a coordinated search since AJ was reported missing.
Multiple sources say the search is being assisted by police on trailbikes, PolAir, State Emergency Service and Rural Fire Service.
The authorities are now seeking the help of the public in finding the 3 year-old boy. They urge everyone in the area to keep an eye out for him.
Has AJ, 3 year-old autistic boy been found?
At the time of this report, AJ has not been found. However, this post will be updated as soon as there is an update to that effect.
What can you do to help find AJ?
You can help find AJ by visiting our Facebook and Twitter pages and sharing this post as this will help create awareness that he is missing.
Anyone who has information that can help find AJ has been asked to contact Crime Stoppers or call 911.
Social media reaction to AJ missing:
3yo AJ, who lives with autism, remains missing, last seen near Yengo Drive, #Putty.
On Singleton community pages, photos being circulated of what locals say is a “suspicious” Toyota Hilux seen on a private road at the time They say AJ has never wandered before.
Search continues. pic.twitter.com/VbA7oGk7Ze
— Jake Lapham (@JakeLapham) September 3, 2021