Wisconsin police believe three-year-old boy was abducted from his home

TWO RIVERS, WI – Wisconsin law enforcement agencies are currently involved in an intensive search for a 3-year-old boy, Elijah Vue, who is believed to have been abducted from his home in Two Rivers, a town located approximately 45 miles southeast of Green Bay. The boy was last seen at his residence on Mishicot Road around 8 a.m. on Tuesday.

An adult caregiver reported the boy missing, prompting an immediate investigation. Elijah is described as a 3-foot-tall boy of Hmong and White ethnicity, weighing around 45 pounds. He has blondish hair, brown eyes, and a birthmark on his left knee. At the time of his disappearance, he was dressed in gray sweatpants, a dark long-sleeved shirt, and red and green dinosaur slippers. He may also be carrying a plaid blanket.

Two Rivers Police Chief Ben Meinnert, in a statement released on Tuesday night, said that local, state, and federal agencies are working tirelessly in their search for Elijah. He urged the public to assist by providing any information they may have regarding the boy’s whereabouts.

Residents in the area have been asked to review their home surveillance and doorbell camera footage for any signs of Elijah. Anyone with information is encouraged to call the state tip line at 844-267-6648 or 911. An anonymous tip submission app is also available for use.

Amber Alerts, as per federal guidelines, are issued when there is a reasonable belief by law enforcement that a child abduction has occurred, the child is 17 years or younger, and there is a physical description of the missing child. The child must also be believed to be in imminent danger of injury or death. An Amber Alert has been issued for Elijah Vue.