Police desperately search for missing Tennessee toddler

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Crews Continue Searching for Missing Tennessee Toddler

Search crews continue to canvas 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 discovery he was gone.

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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.

See tweets about the missing boy:

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Police desperately search for missing Tennessee toddler
Endangered Missing Child Alert out of Chester County! 2-yr old Noah Chamberlin missing from Pinson. 1-800-TBI-FIND. https://t.co/1CYC3Dx9BT
TBI assisting Chester Co Sheriff's Dept in search for Noah, missing since Jan 14. Thanks to all LE volunteering! https://t.co/dYXBS6EOyw
Dozens of law enforcement volunteers answered the call to help search for 2-yr old Noah Chamberlin in Chester Co. https://t.co/zdTnsNyzEu
Volunteers already in line to roll out at 6 in search for #NoahChamberlin. Met helpers from MS and AL. Awesome. https://t.co/l8eropiUzU
Altho volunteers asked not to help #NoahChamberlin search today, these 3 drove from Corinth, MS to help if needed. https://t.co/Q3OksWBKeI
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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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