FRUITLAND, Idaho (CBS2) — Fruitland Police is not giving up hope for Michael Vaughan, the little boy who's been missing for two weeks.
On Tuesday, officers gave the community an update on the search for 5-year-old Michael. Law enforcement are continuing their ground, air and water searches this week.
"There are many miles of waterways in the Fruitland area and searching them is a momentous task," Fruitland PD said. "Residents may see search crews along the banks of canals and rivers this week and at any given time as we work to leave no stone unturned in our search for Michael."
Drones are also being used in the search. Tips continue to come in for Michael, officers say, who was last seen wearing a light blue Minecraft t-shirt, dark blue boxer briefs and blue flip flops.
"Michael, by all accounts, was an active, inquisitive, child," police wrote. "While we have not eliminated any possibility, it is possible he may have wandered somewhere and he needs our help to find him. We continue to ask local residents and businesses to (remain) vigilant and observant."
Anyone with information is asked to call 208-343-COPS. You can also submit tips to email@example.com