The search continues for missing  two year old Point Fortin toddler Kymani

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The search continues for missing two year old Point Fortin toddler Kymani

A massive land, air and water search that was launched yesterday continues this morning for two-year-old Kymani Francis.

The little child went missing after he wandered off from his Techier Village, Point Fortin home yesterday morning.

Baby Kymani, who was only wearing pampers and was barefooted, was last seen running in the direction of a bridge about a quarter-mile away from his 10th Street Extension home.

The child’s mother, Kimberly Charles, 22, a cashier, told police she last saw her son at their home around 10 am. She only realised he was not in the house when an Emergency Response Patrol officer alerted her around 10.30 am that her son was seen wandering along the road.

Speaking with News Power Now this morning Point Fortin Mayor Saleema Mc Cree – Thomas said the mother of little Kymani is distraught and is out there looking for her little boy.

Meanwhile Valence Rambarat of the Hunters Search and Rescue Team gave an update on the search for the young child this morning.

He tole Power 102 Digital’s Power Breakfast Show this morning that they stopped their search at 3:38am today after doing some headlight searches as well as some river searches.

Initial reports stated that little Kymani was wandering along a bridge.

Mr Rambarat gave a description of the area.

Point Fortin Mayor Saleema Mc Cree – Thomas told out newsroom this morning that the search continues today and her office has already started planning logistics to ensure that officers on the ground are assisted in any way possible.

She said they are being supplied sustenance and anything else they need for the search.