LOWELL — The Lowell Police Department is asking the public for assistance as they seek to locate a 3-year-old boy who went missing on Tuesday morning.
On Tuesday, June 14, at about 9:30 a.m., Lowell Police received a report that a 3-year-old boy was missing from a residence on Freda Lane in the Pawtucketville neighborhood.
Officers responded and began an immediate search of the home and surrounding area, quickly expanding the search when the boy was not found.
The Massachusetts State Police and State Police Airwing, Dracut Police, Tyngsborough Police, UMass Lowell Police, and the Regional Response Team and mobile command unit from the Northeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council are assisting in the search. Multiple K-9 units are also assisting.
Lowell Police have used the reverse 911 system to notify residents of the area, and are asking the public to contact police immediately if they believe they have seen the boy or have information on his whereabouts.
The boy, named Harry, was last seen wearing a long-sleeve maroon shirt and gray pants with a white stripe.
Anyone with information on Harry’s whereabouts, or who believes they have seen him, is urged to 911, or to call Lowell Police at 978-937-3200.