Kyon Jones was past seen in the 1500 block of Benning Street, NE on Wednesday, Could 5, in accordance to DC Police.

WASHINGTON — The Metropolitan Police Division is inquiring for your support in locating a critically missing 2-month-previous baby who was noted missing Friday night.

Kyon Jones was final witnessed in a home in the 1500 block of Benning Road, Northeast on Wednesday, Could 5. 

Kyon is described as a Black male infant with brown hair and brown eyes. His apparel is unidentified at this time, according to police.

A person who life close to the space the toddler went lacking said police could be witnessed scouring the location Friday.

“It seemed like a criminal offense scene,” Reggie reported. “I noticed so quite a few law enforcement officers. I just walked absent from it for the reason that I presently understood what they were hunting for due to the fact I know the mom of the baby, so that sort of manufactured it a small worse.”


Neighbors mentioned they hope if any one understands about the baby’s whereabouts that they do the correct detail.

“I hope they uncover the baby which is all I can say,” Reggie explained. “I hope they locate the newborn and carry it back again protected. Make sure you deliver the toddler back harmless. Whoever received it or uncovered the newborn be sure to provide it back again.”

Any person with facts need to simply call get in touch with the Metropolitan Police Section at (202) 727-9099.

This is a developing story that will be up to date at the time additional facts gets to be obtainable. Stay with WUSA9 for the most recent.

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