3-year-old missing from St. George, Utah – FOUND

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Brandon Stratton

Brandon Stratton possibly abducted from St. George, Utah

Brandon Stratton

Brandon Stratton, 3, was last seen at his home in the 400 block of Main Street in St. George, Utah around midnight.  His family reported him missing around 11: a.m. Thursday, October 18, 2018.

The police have not ruled out an abduction of the little boy, as the “situation was abnormal for a missing person or child case,”said  St. George police Capt. Mike Giles.

Press Conference

Giles stated during the press conference that the family did not have any information to provide as to what happened to Brandon. Giles also stated, “This is a suspicious circumstance, this is not normal, we would not expect the circumstances we’re aware of in our typical missing children.”  He added,  “It’s not confirmed we have an abduction.”

Brandon Stratton

Brandon was wearing checkered shorts and no shirt and has blond hair and blue eyes,

If you see Brandon or have any information call the St. George police at 435-627-4300.

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America and Missing Texas Forty.

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