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Search continues for missing 12-year-old Dante

Thousands of people have joined the search for the boy. Photo: Anders Andersson/TT

Published: 08.Nov.2018 06:54 hrs

A 12-year-old boy with Down syndrome who went missing while out walking the dog on Tuesday afternoon had still not been found by Thursday morning, despite a huge ongoing search effort.

Dante disappeared near his home in Tröingeberg, Falkenberg, at 5pm on Tuesday. The dog was later found, but it is not thought the boy knows his way home by himself, his parents told police.

Police, the Armed Forces, non-profit organization Missing People and volunteers have all joined ongoing efforts to find the boy. On Wednesday evening around 1,000 people were involved in the search.

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