Lowell Police Ask For Public's Help In Locating Missing 3-Year-Old

Photo: Courtesy of the Lowell Police Department.

LOWELL, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — On Tuesday, the Lowell Police Department asked for the public's assistance in locating a 3-year-old boy that went missing in the morning.

At about 9:30 a.m. Tuesday morning, police received a report that a boy named Harry went missing from a residence on Freda Lane in the Pawtucketville neighborhood. Arriving officers began an immediate search of the home and surrounding area, and increased the size of the search when Harry was not found.

The LPD says Harry was last seen wearing a long-sleeve maroon shirt and gray pants with a white stripe.

Officials called multiple K-9 units for assistance, with support from 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.

The LPD told residents to expect increased police presence in the outer Pawtucketville area of the City, as crews search for the missing boy.

Anyone with information related to Harry's whereabouts was asked to call the LPD at 978-937-3200.

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