Kache Wallis Missing – Found dead

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Kache Wallis, 4 year-old Utah boy reported missing on Sunday, July 25th has been found dead in his toy chest. 

Kache Wallis was reportedly seen last by his grandmother during bedtime after she had put him to sleep. The next morning she searched the house for him and didn’t find him, she thereafter reporting him missing to the police.

The police began search for Kache immediately, the house along with nearby areas was searched but nothing turned up. An appeal was made to the public to find the boy but still, nothing turned up. The police reportedly decided to search the house one more time and it was said to have been very sad to find the remains of the boy “inside of a small toy chest in his bedroom.”

The 4 year-old was described by his family as one who had a smile that was infectious and he was also said to have been loved by everyone.

The family of the boy was said to have created a GoFundMe account to help cover cost for his burial. The GoFundMe which has a goal of $10,000 dollar now has $12,000 donations so far made by 224 donors. The GoFundMe page read “Our sweet Bubba passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, July 25th leaving us heart broken and empty. Kache had a smile that was infectious and loved everyone, everywhere he went, and they loved him too! “My name is Kache with K” is what he would say. He was the glue that held it all together for us, we just don’t know what we are going to do without him. We are asking for help to cover expenses of the loss of our sweet boy as we mourn his passing. JeffreyLee is the beneficiary of this fundraiser along with Sarah Jones for the funeral expenses. The expenses will also help our family to take time to grieve and get the proper assistance for grieving. We appreciate the love and support already received at this time. He will be in our hearts forever! We love you Bubba! And we will miss you!”

The police has not identified any person of interest in the case and reportedly said they do not suspect ‘foul play’ in his death.