Police are still looking a missing 5-year-old boy who was last seen Tuesday evening near his home in Fruitland.
Members of the community as well as several law-enforcement agencies have been involved in extensive search efforts over the past few days.
Agencies involved include Payette Police, Idaho State Police, Idaho Mountain Search and Rescue and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, according to Fruitland police Chief J.D. Huff.
Michael Joseph Vaughan was last seen Tuesday in the area of South Arizona Avenue and Ninth Street in Fruitland, where an open field adjoins the edge of a residential neighborhood. The site is a few blocks from the Fruitland Police Department, where Huff held a news conference Saturday afternoon.
“Our goal is to find him, and we’re going to continue hunting,” Huff said. “We’re not going to leave any stones unturned.”
Efforts have included a “methodical search of the area near Michael’s
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