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APD continues search for missing child, asks for public's help

Bruce Lemon-Curry (Source: APD) Bruce Lemon-Curry (Source: APD)
Bruce Lemon-Curry (Source: APD) Bruce Lemon-Curry (Source: APD)
The search continues on West Gordon Avenue (Source: WALB) The search continues on West Gordon Avenue (Source: WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The Albany Police Department sent out a request for the public to be on the lookout for a missing child, Tuesday morning.

They say Bruce Lemon-Curry, 11, has autism and wandered away from his home at approximately 8:30 a.m. Tuesday.

APD is focusing their search in the 500 block of West Gordon Avenue and has brought in its mobile command post. A helicopter is flying overhead.

APD issued the following statement, looking for volunteers to assist in the search beginning Wednesday morning:

Albany Police Chief Michael Persley is requesting volunteers to aid in the search for 11-year old Bruce Lemon-Curry. Anyone wanting to assist can report to the command post at 8:30 a.m. if Bruce isn't located [Tuesday night]. The Command Post will be located in the 500 block of West Gordon Avenue. Anyone needing information can call Community Relations at 229-733-0031.

Lemon-Curry is wearing a gray/red shirt and underwear.

If anyone locates him, they should call 911. 

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