MISSING CHILD ALERT: Boy (Age 12) Autistic Gallatin Area
From Mayor Paige Brown:
NEWS – The missing young man has been found and he is safe.
So many thanks to the support personnel and equipment from many different agencies (inside and outside of Sumner County), the hundreds of volunteers who began arriving within minutes of the call for help, and Sumner County Fire Buffs – all for aiding in today’s search. Today certainly demonstrated what an awesome community we have. Thank you
GALLATIN TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – The Gallatin Police Department is reaching out to the community for assistance locating a missing 12-year-old boy. The child’s name is Sean Cummings and he is autistic.
Sean Cummings, 12, was reported missing to the Gallatin Police Department at about 11 p.m. Sunday night from the Stoneridge Farms area along Nashville Pike.
He was last seen wearing blue pajamas and a white t-shirt. Cummings might be wearing a jacket and has no shoes on.
According to the Gallatin Chamber, the Gallatin Police Department is calling for ALL the help they can get. They are looking for volunteers that would like to help in the search efforts for Sean .
Volunteers are gathering NOW. If you have an ATV, 4 Wheeler, please bring it.
Please come to the barn (pictured below) across the street from 2325 (Stoneridge Apartments) Nashville Pike.
If you have any information as to his location, please contact the Gallatin Police Department at 615-452-1313.
ALL people involved in the search, this will be over rough terrain:
Wear closed-toe shoes. Do not bring children with you.
Have a government-issued ID (i.e.. Driver’s License)
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