New details have emerged as of Nov 7:
~The FBI is now on the case.
~Sky's parents were cited two years ago for leaving a baby in their car and had to take parenting classes.
~At least one door was left unlocked to the Acura Legend when she walked away with her four-year-old daughter.
The search was suspended for the night of Nov 6.
Bellevue, WA: After running out of gas, a woman set off with her 4-year-old to get more, leaving her 2-year-old in the car--when she returned an hour later, he was gone, according to King 5 News.
Authorities are looking for him and need your help.
He originally disappeared from the 2400 block of 122th Ave N.E. in Bellevue, WA.
The little boy's name is Sky Metalwala.
He is half white and half Indian.
His description is as follows:
~Hair: Dark buzz style cut
~Shirt: Green hoodie sweatshirt
~Pants: Carters with blue and gray stripes
The King County Search and Rescue tracking dogs are on the scene looking for the little boy.
Please call 9-1-1 if you see him or have any information that might help authorities find Sky.
Sky's mom and dad are going through a divorce and authorities are saying the parents are cooperating, according to CNN News.
There is skepticism coming in about the circumstances of this disappearance--does it sound suspicious to you?
Here's what others are saying on the King 5 News site:
slappywag said, Looking at a couple other news sites, they say that he was wearing the same thing as is pictured. How convenient!
ronaldlocal said, HMMM why would you leave your 2 year old in the car alone, and return an hour later. Not 15 mins. but 60 mins later. When I am sure there is plenty of people out and about that you could ask for help. Why did she take the 4 year old. She has two hands, grab you kids and hold there hands and walk for help. This story doesn't seem right, Very odd sounding, the police should have her locked up and be hounding her on where he other boy is. No normal person leaves a 2 year old in the car. Makes you think if she leaves her 4 yr and 2yr old kids alone a lot. I hope the boy is found safely but where do you start looking?
bunker1234 said, And the Chevron station that is closest to this location has not had any gas at it for a while... Not sure why but they've had orange cones blocking anyone from pulling in.... any other gas station would be a considerable hike...
whatever987 said, She is a liar, something doesn't add up. Does it really take an hour to get gas. No one in their right mind would leave a toddler in a car by itself. Don't trust her story at all.
Tnadal said, so much judgement from you people, with so little information given in the article. Shame on you all for pointing fingers, while having no information.
4real said, Not one to get on any bandwagon,, There is something seriously wrong with this.. sounds too much like an SVU episode.