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Investigators go door-to-door in search for missing child Noah Thomas

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Posted at 1:56 PM, Mar 24, 2015
and last updated 2015-03-24 14:17:16-04

DUBLIN, Va. — The search for missing five-year-old Noah Thomas entered its third day Tuesday. The Pulaski County child was first reported missing Sunday morning. Tuesday’s search for Noah included a door-to-door operation in Thomas’ Dublin neighborhood, according to WDBJ7.

“This is our number one priority,” Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis told WDBJ7. “This is it.”

Noah’s mother said the boy disappeared while she was sleeping. Police said they believed Noah left on his own and there was no reason to suspect a kidnapping.

“At this time we have no vehicle, no stranger description or anything else, we’re simply looking for a missing child,” Davis said.

Noah is described as white male with red hair and brown eyes. The boy, who is four feet tall and weighs 60 ponds, was last seen wearing a camo jacket, black and yellow pants and Spiderman rain boots. If you have information that could help authorities, call the Pulaski Sheriff’s Office at 540-980-7800 or the Virginia State Police 1-800-822-4453 (1-800-VACHILD).