UPDATE: Search for Missing Six Year Old in Aurora
UPDATE Tuesday 1/3/2017 :
Authorities will be draining the pond at Olympic Park to search---
Aurora Police are asking for the public's help as they search for a six year old boy who went missing Saturday night near Olympic Park in the city.
Police are saying that they believe six year old David Puckett voluntarily left the location, and that they don't believe foul play was involved in his disappearance.
According to the Aurora Police Department Facebook page, David is described as a white male who is just over three feet tall and weighs 55 pounds. He also has brown hair and brown eyes, and was last seen wearing green camouflage pants along with a black shirt, black boots, and a light girls Army style jacket.
Officials say that this isn't the first time he has wandered away from home.
The Aurora Police Department has set up three tip lines for the public to call in case they have any information that can result in the return of David to his family. The numbers that can be called are:
UPDATE 1/2/17 @ 12:18 P.M. (from the Aurora Police Facebook Page):
Thank you all for your continued effort in helping us #FindingDavid. Your willingness to step up and help has been amazing. At this point we are once again deploying bloodhounds to search the area. We are not seeking any additional volunteers to help with the search at this point.
UPDATE 1/2/17 @ 1:56 P.M. (from the Aurora Police Facebook Page):
The Aurora PD held a press conference this afternoon to give an update on the search of six year old David Puckett.
UPDATE 1/2/17 @ 6:56 P.M. (from the Aurora Police Facebook Page):
We have been in constant consultation with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) reference the issuance of an Amber Alert since New Years Eve. Due to the passage of time, the impending weather, and out of an abundance of caution and to leave no stone unturned, CBI has issued an Amber Alert today at approximately 2:40 p.m.
Today marks three days in our search in #FindingDavid.
Today officers continued to conduct through neighborhood canvasses, and interviews.
We are looking for residential and commercial videos. If anyone has video they believe would be beneficial to this investigation please call our tips lines at 303-739-1865, 303-739-1868 or 303-739-1870.
Aurora Police Chief Nick Metz and the entire command staff have been and continue to be heavily involved in the investigation.