DICKSON, Tenn. (WATE) - The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is asking for anyone in the public with knowledge about a missing Middle Tennessee child. The search has now entered its 3rd day.
Please help us find this endangered child out of Dickson, TN. Joseph Daniels is non-verbal and autistic. He was last seen at his residence on Garners Creek Road in Dickson. If you see Joseph, please call 1-800-TBI-FIND. pic.twitter.com/tkKus4Ekif— TBI (@TBInvestigation) April 4, 2018
Joseph 'Joe Clyde' Daniels, 5, of Dickson, Tenn was last seen on Garners Creek Road in Dickson on Wednesday morning. He is non-verbal and autistic. Daniels was reported missing by his parents just before 6:30 a.m. Authorities said he is non-verbal and was last seen wearing pajamas.
He is 4 feet tall and weighs around 65 pounds. He has blonde hair and blue eyes.
A massive search is underway in the area an a helicopter is being used to look for Daniels.
Dickson is located in south-central Dickson County in West Tennessee. Dickson is just over 40 miles from Nashville and is part of the Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area.
The local agency has now informed us this child is known as 'Joe Clyde' Daniels. We'll update with additional information as we can. Thanks for your RTs to spread the word!— TBI (@TBInvestigation) April 4, 2018
Anyone with information on Daniels is encouraged to call 1-800-TBI-FIND.
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