SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – A missing child at the center of an interference with child custody case has been found safe.
Four-year-old Rayden Baillie has been safely returned, the Chatham County Police Department said Thursday.
Rayden had been missing since Sunday. Police believed he was with Michelle and Anthony “Tony” Weber and was not in immediate danger.
Further details were not immediately available.
Original story, posted Oct. 27:
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Authorities are asking for the public’s help as they investigate a child custody case.
According to the Chatham County Police Department (CCPD), 4-year-old Rayden Bradley Baillie has been missing since Sunday. He’s not believed to be in immediate danger.
Police suspect Rayden is with Michelle and Anthony “Tony” Weber, Wilmington Island residents sought for interference with child custody.
Rayden is about 3 feet tall and 45 pounds, with very light blond hair and blue eyes.
CCPD says the Webers could be driving several vehicles:
- 2017 silver Nissan Murano with “4 Ocean” sticker on back windshield and Tinker Bell sticker on right rear passenger window
- 2019 white Dodge Ram with “AT&T” in blue writing on the side
- 1998 Ford with an “Alabama Roll Tide” front license plate
Anyone with information on Rayden or the Webers is asked to call the police immediately.