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An unnamed caller reported that Samuel Olson had been abducted on Thursday, but police say there are no known sightings of the boy since April Police in Houston are racing to locate a 6-year-old boy who they acknowledge may have been missing since April A call around 6 p.
Thursday reported the boy, Samuel Olson, "being taken by another individual" at the apartment of a female caretaker, said Larry Satterwhite, executive assistant chief of the Houston police, at a news conference Tuesday evening. But in trying to nail down the details, police have not found anyone outside of the boy's immediate inner circle who claims to have seen him since his last independent sighting by others on April 30 at Samuel's school, he said. Want to keep up with the latest crime coverage? When the call was received Thursday, "we didn't know if we had custody issue — we could still have that — or anything else more nefarious," he said.
He described the resident of the apartment as a friend of the father's girlfriend.
After talking with anybody police could identify who had a connection to the child, "no one seems to know where he is," Satterwhite said. The volunteer search-and-rescue team Texas EquuSearch was also in the area Monday and Tuesday looking near the apartment complex. Hopefully something that'll lead us to him. Samuel, who "just turned" 6, according to Satterwhite, stands 3 feet, 9 inches tall and weighs 50 pounds, with blue eyes and golden-brown hair. He has a distinguishing white patch on the back right side of his head; he also is missing two of his bottom teeth, and has a crease on the top of his left ear.
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Samuel Olson. You'll get the latest updates on this topic in your browser notifications. Police also have now lost track of the unnamed woman who reported the abduction. Satterwhite said additional search warrants tied to the investigation would be forthcoming. Close in. All rights reserved. Close this dialog window View image.Houston boy looking for a girl
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