“We´re not going to stop until the child returns”. Search for King Hill continues

Mark Burgmann said that more resources have been devoted to this search than to any other investigation in the last 40 years

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Philadelphia police continue the search for a missing 2-year-old boy who was last seen on July 7. Photo taken from newsbreak.com

During a news conference Monday afternoon, Capt. Mark Burgmann said the police department is working very hard to find the missing boy, King Hill.

“We’ve put a tremendous amount of resources to this, probably more resources than we’ve ever devoted to any other investigation I’ve had here in the past over 40 years,” he said.

Burgmann said that they have talked to everyone involved. The boy´s stepfather, the mother and the baby sitter have been cooperating with the authorities.

Everyone was cooperative, police say, but they still have no new leads. Burgmann said authorities are determined to figure out what happened to King.

“We’re leaving no stone unturned here. We’re not going to stop until the child returns,” he said.

They said missing children are number one priority and they have been working around the clock.

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Police at the special victims unit has again asked the public for help. “Anybody who maybe had prior contact, please contact us. No matter how insignificant it is, so we can follow up on it,” he said.

On July 7, 2020, Philadelphia Police say 2-year-old King Hill disappeared from 31st and Page streets in Strawberry Mansion. The toddler was last seen in the morning around 9:50 a.m.

Hill stands 3 feet tall and weighs 32 pounds. He has a light brown complexion, brown eyes, black hair and police say he has a thin build.

The FBI is also assisting the Philadelphia Police department. If you have any information, please contact the Philadelphia Police Special Victims Unit: 215-685-3251 or tips@phillypolice.com

 

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