2-year-old boy still missing from Marysville
MARYSVILLE, Mich. (WJBK) - Authorities have released a photo of the 2-year-old boy who went missing from Marysville, Mich. An Endangered Missing Advisory was issued for Jayden Harris earlier this week.
Authorities say the boy may have been taken by his parents, as Child Protective Services has been attempting to remove the boy from their home. CPS has a court order the parents are aware of.
Jayden was last seen with his parents, Scott and Crystal Harris, at 1875 Michigan Avenue in Apartment A-2 in Marysville. The Endangered Missing Advisory was issued in July 3, 2017 but it's unknown exactly when the boy was last seen.
Jayden is 35 inches tall, weighs approximately 30 lbs. and may still be in diapers.
Missing 2-year-old from Marysville last seen with parents in CPS case
His parents drive a two-door 2005 Chevrolet white Monte Carlo. It has Michigan license plate ADA-585.
If you have information about their whereabouts, call 911 or Marysville Police Department, 1355 Delaware St. Marysville, MI 48040, phone (810)-364-6300.
Marysville is located about 55 miles northeast of Detroit, and about 10 miles away from the Blue Water Bridge to Canada.