Police: Missing Washington Boy May Be Dead

By: AP Email
By: AP Email

SEATTLE (AP) -- A police spokesman says a missing 2-year-old boy
could be dead as the search in Washington state for Sky Metalwala
(metal-WALLA) stretches into its sixth day.

The boy's mother says he disappeared Sunday when she ran out of
gas then left him in the car when she went for aid. On Friday
Bellevue police said the vehicle ran just fine when they tested it.

Maj. Mike Johnson said investigators have ruled nothing out.
However he added there's a real possibility that Sky is no longer
alive, considering how long it has been since he was first reported
missing.

Johnson said police continue to be frustrated by the lack of
cooperation from the boy's mother, but said there's not enough
evidence to name Julia Biryukova (BEER-you-kovah) as a suspect.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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  • by Tellya Location: Seattle on Nov 15, 2011 at 12:47 PM
    Who leaves a two year old in a car alone? Really? If you're a parent....PARENT. If you can't understand the notion of parenting you shouldn't have children in the first place. If anything needs to be regulated by the government it should be who is allowed to breed. Too many people who have kids can't afford them and don't take take of them. Stop the insanity already America. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!!
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