Kentucky State Police were looking Sunday for a 7-year-old Washington County boy who was last seen Saturday evening at his family's home in Willisburg.
Police said Randall Leon Chesser is autistic. They said they have not issued an Amber Alert because they have found no evidence to lead them to believe that an abduction has occurred.
The boy was last seen wearing a light blue hoodie, blue jeans and cowboy boots with spurs. He is white, 4 feet tall, weighs about 40 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes. He has a birthmark in the hairline above his forehead.
The child's family last saw him at their residence, at 4482 Lawrenceburg Road in Willisburg about 6 p.m. EDT Saturday, police
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After searching for several hours, the family contacted the Washington County sheriff's department requesting assistance.At 1:18 a.m. EDT Sunday, the sheriff's department asked state police to handle the investigation.
Search parties have been looking for the boy by foot, horseback, ATV, helicopter and auto.
Local volunteers, fire, EMS, rescue and law enforcement agencies along with the Commonwealth Search and Rescue Dog Team are assisting.
State police ask that anyone with any information contact the Kentucky State Police at 1-800-222-5555.
Hunters that may have a trail camera in the area of the Rock Run Creek are asked to review their footage and contact KSP if any information becomes available.