Missing Canonsburg Boy Found Safe

Update: Sources say the boy was found safe. This story was updated at 1:17 a.m. to reflect that information.

Canonsburg police are seeking your help in locating a missing boy.

"He is currently missing and was last seen in the Pitt Street area of Canonsburg. If you have seen him or know anything about his whereabouts, dial 911 or contact Washington County 911 at 724-229-4600. Please share this with all of your Facebook friend and please let's try to find Drew," a source wrote.

No further information was immediately available early Wednesday morning. Contact editor Amanda Gillooly with news updates by calling or texting 724-510-5659.

Kodi Cimino August 07, 2013 at 01:07 AM
This is so sad!! Plz find him.
marianne August 07, 2013 at 01:29 AM
I saw it on the news at 11:00 and followed the search on my scanner. Even searching my own property. Thank God this juevenile was found. What a great effort by so many officers, firemen, helicopter searchers and many many more for there quick response and hours of dedicated search. Very Impressive.
Amber Mcallister August 07, 2013 at 06:42 AM
I feel I need to comment I am very Happy that the child was found safe and glad nothing bad happened to him my question as a mother of three children one of which is nine years old Why was this boy left alone long enough to wonder all the way to McDonald's I am not bashing nor do I want to make anyone feel bad for what happened but as a women who has as friend who's child has past away I know how tragedy can occurred in the blinkof an eye iI never leave my children unsupervised just in case they would decide it might be a good idea to leave I guess my point is you never realize how a five second trip outside can turn into something horrible I pray that people learn from this story and watch their children every second of everyday because in the blink of an eye thextra can be gone and I hate to say this but if something would happen to my children as a result of my not paying attention that would haunt me for the rest of my life but once again am very h as python he is safe and sound
Jeremy August 07, 2013 at 07:14 AM
Amber, that is an impressive run-on sentence. Dont judge other people, you dont know what the situation was. Kids can get away quick.
Amanda Thomas Tachoir August 07, 2013 at 08:39 AM
I agree with Jeremy. I guess you can keep them locked up in a bubble or you can let them ride bikes and play with friends like we did as children. I do not know the age of this boy but he and his parents have gone through enough, they don't need us throwing stones.


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