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Crews Continue Searching For Missing Tennessee Toddler

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

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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