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As a deputy to the bloodhound followed the scent of missing Florida three-year-old boy with autism and a leading authority of one of the boys in less than thirty minutes, the researchers said.
The boy, who is just as Aedric, it was seen by his grandmother on Sunday in Pace, near Pensacola, when she briefly took her eyes off of him, to make use of the restroom, the boy’s mother, said at a news conference.
As Aedric had no control, but the child ran to the front door and into the woods near his home.
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After the investigators searched for two hours, the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s office decided to release their bloodhound, they may have had it for about a year now.
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The dog led authorities to the boy, in just 28 minutes, representatives said at a press conference. She said to the boy, he had a few bug bites and scratches, but is otherwise unharmed. In the forest where the body was found it was so thick that the crew had a machete in order to get to him. He looked up, about 200 meters from the house.
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“The most terrifying words a woman can get it on the phone,” your child is missing, get it home now,” said the mother of the boy, Audra Hughes, who was working as an Aedric missing in action. “And then a few hours later, it’s the best news I’ve ever heard in my life…. “We feel that it is your child.'”
Hughes added that most of her staff was trying to help you in your search.