Tennessee police search for missing child

SPRING HILL, Tenn. (AP) -- Police in Tennessee have issued an endangered child alert for a two-year-old boy last seen in Spring Hill over the weekend with his non-custodial mother.

Police said Jason Halen Lardie was last seen with Olivia Lee Lardie, at her home in Spring Hill on Sunday. Officials told WTVF-TV in Nashville that Olivia Lardie may be with a male companion.

Jason was described a white male, about 2'11", with brown eyes, black hair and weighing about 30 pounds. Police described Olivia Lardie as a white female, about 5'06", with hazel eyes, blonde hair, and weighing about 220 pounds.

Police also said that a stolen vehicle from the Lardie neighborhood was found on Tuesday. There were items belonging to Olivia Lardie and the child found in the vehicle.


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