Anthony Nocedal: Search for missing 2-year-old from Colorado

Anthony Nocedal

The police are asking for the public to help them look for a missing two-year-old boy that went missing from his home in Fruita, Colorado.   The last report from the police is they believe that the boy was taken by his mother.

Anthony was reported missing around 3:30 p.m., Wednesday from 533 East Harrison Avenue in Fruita.  

There is a possibility that Chelsea Leavitt, 34, the boy’s mother may have taken him, as she has tried to take him before.

The child’s father, Anthony Nocedal, and Chelsea Levitt, a Las Vegas resident have had an ongoing custody dispute.  The current custody arrangements are that the mother cannot take the boy outside of Colorado

“We don’t know exactly what’s going on and to have someone just disappear like that from you that you love and care so much about is pretty messed up,” said Sam Rascom, the boy’s grandfather.

Police are also looking for two vehicles that may be involved.  A white F-150 extended cab and a 2001 green Trail Blazer with license plate 107-VSD.

Anthony has light brown hair, a rat tail, and was in a diaper.

Chelsea is 34, white female with long brown hair, 140 pounds, 5’9″ tall.

If you have any information, please call Fruita Police Dept. at 970-858-3008.

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