Nebraska Toddler Still Missing, Believed to be in Danger

GRAND ISLAND – Officials are asking Nebraskans to be on the lookout for a missing toddler, believed to be in danger.

The Nebraska State Patrol says an Endangered Missing Advisory  is in effect for 18-month-old toddler Parker James Sain.

The advisory was issued Tuesday, and says Parker was taken from his daycare by his biological father Joshua Sain, 26, says a press release.

Grand Island Police believe that the baby is in danger, says a press release.

The little boy was last seen wearing a dark blue coat with grey liner, dark blue sweatpants, light blue shirt and tan baby work boots, says a press release.

Authorities believe the pair may be in a white 2000 Pontiac Grand AM 2 door in the McCook or Furnas County area, says a press release.

Grand Island police say that Joshua was in phone contact with the child’s mother during the overnight hours. In the 4:10 a.m. phone call the mother was able to speak with Parker and determine he was safe at the time,” say authorities in a press release.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Parker or Joshua Sain, contact 911 or your local authorities.