Child missing from Tennessee possibly in Colorado Springs

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BLEDSOE COUNTY, Tenn. — A missing child alert out of Tennessee was issued for a Colorado boy earlier this month, and new information indicates the child may now be in the Colorado Springs area.

According to the alert, 2-year-old Jeremiah Frazier went missing from Beldsoe County, Tennessee in April of 2017.

Jeremiah’s father, Adam Frazier, lives in Colorado and told FOX31 he has emergency custody of the child but last saw his son more than three months ago.

Frazier said his son was last seen with the boy’s mother, Gracie Frazier.

It’s not known if the child was illegally taken from Colorado, but the alert confirmed the boy is believed to be with his mother.

Sgt. Deputy Sheriff George Hodge with the Bledsoe County Sheriff’s Department posted an update Saturday, indicating the child may be in the Colorado Springs area.

A post on Hodge’s Facebook page read, in part: “We have got some new information that indicates that Jeremiah may be in Colorado around the Colorado Springs area. I have contacted the local law enforcement out there and had all the information sent. Now if we can flood the area on social media maybe someone has made or will make contact with Gracie and Jeremiah.”

According to Adam Frazier, the boy’s mother also left with her three other children in a 2004 Volvo XC90 with a license plate number of U04-21A.

Anyone who sees Jeremiah or his mother should call police at 423-447-5555.