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No foul play suspected in case of missing 2-year-old Noah Chamberlin authorities say

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Noah Chamberlin

CHESTER COUNTY, Tenn. — Officials with the Chester County Sheriff’s Department held a news conference on Monday updating the public on the search for missing 2-year-old Noah Chamberlin.

According to a spokesperson with the department, the search is still be classified as a search and rescue operation, despite no trace of Noah.

Numerous agencies including the FBI and TBI have been called in to assist along with countless volunteers and search dogs. However, none of the people or dogs have found any trace of him.

The search area is more than 1,000 acres.

Their biggest challenge they said is the terrain and the plunging temperatures.

The sheriff’s department said they have searched homes listed on the sex offender registry, but said at this point there is no reason to suspect foul play.

A criminal investigation has not been launched into the child’s disappearance.

Noah was last seen Thuraday while in the woods with his grandmother and sister.

The family is cooperating with authorities, but doesn’t want to release a statement to the media.

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