Morgan Nick Amber Alert issued for 9-year-old Little Rock boy Terrell Maurice Holloway
Little Rock News:
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – According to Arkansas State Police, Little Rock police have requested a Level 2 Morgan Nick Amber Alert for a missing 9-year-old boy.
State police said the alert is for Terrell Maurice Holloway, who, according to LRPD, came home after school on Monday, took off his jacket and has not been seen since around 5:40 p.m that evening. Authorities said his father was the last person to see him.
According to State Police, he is alone.
THV11’s Marlisa Goldsmith is following this story, and said that search and rescue dogs are now on scene of the search, and officers are going door-to-door with flyers.
She spoke with the boy’s father, who adopted him about a year ago. He said that when the two walked into their home together Monday, he hung up his scarf and hat, turned around, and the boy was no longer behind him. The adopted father and biological father told THV’s Marlisa Goldsmith that this behavior is unusual for Terrell.
The boy, who was originally considered a runaway child by Little Rock police, was reportedly last seen wearing a red shirt, red jacket, khaki pants, red hat with “Chicago” in black letters on it, and red and white shoes. He was last known to be at a home on the 1900 block of Spring Street.
Terrell stands 3’10” tall with medium complexion, weighs between 47 and 50 pounds, and has black, short hair.
If you have any information about Terrell Holloway’s whereabouts, please contact police at (501) 371-4829.
Pictured: Spring St. in Little Rock
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