NC deputies searching for missing infant; mother possibly ‘deceased,’ authorities say | WYFF4

SCOTLAND COUNTY, N.C. — Deputies in Scotland County, North Carolina are searching for a missing infant they believe to be in danger. They said they believe the child’s mother could be dead.

On Thursday, the Scotland County Sheriff’s Office said it’s searching for a Hispanic female known as April Morrison, possibly Puerto Rican or similar, who speaks both English and Spanish.

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Body found in pond believed to be missing 4-year-old boy, FBI says | CBS NEWS

LAURINBURG, N.C. — A body found Saturday in a pond is likely that of a 4-year-old North Carolina boy who had disappeared several days ago, federal authorities said. A medical examiner must confirm the identify and cause of death.

But authorities believe the body is that of 4-year-old Raul Gonzalez Johnson, who was last seen Wednesday near his Scotland County home, FBI spokeswoman Shelley Lunch said in an email.

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NC – Amber alert issued for missing 4-year-old Scotland County boy | WPDE

Scotland County, N.C. (WPDE) — An Amber Alert has been issued for missing 4-year-old Raul Johnson.

He was last seen on Village Drive traveling on foot towards Crestline Road in Laurinburg, N.C., according to the release on the North Carolina Department of Public Safety’s website.

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