911 caller doesn’t believe missing boy with autism was ever at park

The father of a missing 6-year-old boy with autism says his son ran away from him in a park last Saturday and he couldn’t catch him. Investigators say they need more people who were at Rankin Lake Park in North Carolina last weekend to come forward. Maddox’s father, Ian Ritch, was the last person to see him while walking with him and his girlfriend. Manuel Bojorquez reports.

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