The search for a missing boy at Eastwood MetroPark on Sunday is ongoing.
According to reports, a boy has been missing since 6:40 p.m. According to Five Rivers MetroPark rangers, the last time he was seen was on Saturday while he was fishing with his family, as reported by News Center 7.
Law enforcement has described the boy as being 7 or 8 years old and of Hispanic descent.
The search for the missing boy at Eastwood MetroPark has been called off and will resume in the morning.
On Saturday night, the Wright Patterson Air Force Base and Dayton Fire Department rescue teams conducted a water search, while Dayton police and rangers searched the surrounding area.
According to reports, drone teams from Huber Heights Police and Ohio State Highway Patrol were dispatched to search the area on Saturday night. However, due to the rain, the search was called off.
Crews are searching for a missing 8-year-old boy at Eastwood Metro Park. Photos are available.
According to a social media post by Dayton police on Sunday morning, the park is still being searched and the public is being urged to stay away from the area while the investigation is ongoing.
According to Five Rivers Metroparks, the park has been closed while crews conduct a search.
According to law enforcement officials, the public is being urged to avoid entering the park as it could hinder the ongoing search and rescue operations.
The park posted on social media, asking users to visit metroparks.org/alerts for further details on alerts and closures.
We will keep track of this developing story and provide updates as more information is released.
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