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Parker Sain
Parker Sain

Missing Person Nebraska Parker Sain

March 3, 2018  – Police said Parker Sain was found safe and sound in Kansas. They say Parker has been returned to his mother.

Parker Sain, 18 months was taken from the Grand Island daycare in Nebraska on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 by his father, Joshua Sain, 26.  The Grand Island police believe that Parker is in danger.  Nebraska Law Enforcement have issued an Endangered Missing Advisory for Parker.

Parker Sain
Parker Sain

Parker and Joshua may be traveling in a white, 2000 Pontiac Grand AM,  They could be heading to the McCook or Furnas County areas.

Parker Sain
Parker Sain

Amy Marie, Parker’s mother says that Josh has a warrant out for his arrest.

He was last seen wearing a dark-blue coat with a gray liner, dark-blue sweatpants, a light-blue shirt and tan baby work boots, police said.
Joshua Sain
Joshua Sain

Contact the Grand Island police at 308-385-5400 if you see them or the car.

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