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Tennessee Bureau of Investigation

Crews Continue Searching For Missing Tennessee Toddler

Law enforcement officers say they're still confident they will find missing 2-year-old Noah Chamberlin.

By Katie Link | January 17, 2016

Search crews continue to canvass areas of Pinson, Tennessee, in search of a 2-year-old boy who went missing Thursday. 

Noah Chamberlin was last seen while hiking in the woods with his grandmother and older sister. His grandmother said she was distracted for a minute and turned around to discover he was gone. (Video via WMC-TV

Authorities previously welcomed the help of hundreds of volunteers to search for the boy. For a brief time, officials reported six of those volunteers had also gone missing, though WMC-TV reports they were waiting for help after one of them was injured. 

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As of Sunday morning, the Chester County Sheriff's Department said only certified law enforcement officers were allowed to continue the search.

Chester County Sheriff Blair Weaver told WBBJ: "We're 100 percent it's a search and rescue mission. We have total faith we're going to find Noah and bring him home safe."

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