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UPDATE: Thomasville PD looks north for child, wanted grandmother

Missing 2 year old, Jaiden Jackson (Source:Thomasville Police Department) Missing 2 year old, Jaiden Jackson (Source:Thomasville Police Department)
His grandmother Deshena Douglas does not have legal custody of the child. (Source:Thomasville Police Department) His grandmother Deshena Douglas does not have legal custody of the child. (Source:Thomasville Police Department)
Douglas and two others who have been identified as Malik White and Dana Jackson.  (Source:Thomasville Police Department) Douglas and two others who have been identified as Malik White and Dana Jackson. (Source:Thomasville Police Department)
Not actual vehicle, 2003 to 2007 Chevrolet Suburban, Tan in color (Source:Thomasville Police Department) Not actual vehicle, 2003 to 2007 Chevrolet Suburban, Tan in color (Source:Thomasville Police Department)
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

The Thomasville Police Department continues its search for a two year old boy, but is shifting its focus.

Jaiden Jackson is believed to be with his grandmother, Deshena Douglas, and Wednesday, they received a tip that the grandmother and the child had been spotted in Marietta, Georgia, north of Atlanta.

They first thought that Douglas was heading to Florida.

Douglas does not have legal custody of the child.

Thomasville PD believes Douglas is running from law enforcement, since she is wanted on forgery charges.

Douglas and two others, who have been identified as Malik White and Dana Jackson, are traveling in a 2003 to 2007 model Chevrolet suburban.

The vehicle is tan in color.

If you have any information, call the Thomasville Police Department at (229) 227-3249.

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