Kodiak Shows What "Community" Means As Over 900 People Search For Lost Boy

 Lost 7-Year Old Is Non-Verbal & Autistic, Troopers Say   Only around 6,000 people live on the island of Kodiak. But hundreds of residen...

 Lost 7-Year Old Is Non-Verbal & Autistic, Troopers Say  


Only around 6,000 people live on the island of Kodiak. But hundreds of residents are working to try to find a lost 7-year old. The autistic child triggered an alert within an hour after disappearing. He was carrying his toy sword. 
 
Kodiak (Photo, Pixabay)

The boy, Sawyer Cipolla, was last seen on May 7th, 2022. 

News reports said police and fire departments joined the search, along with local search and rescue crews, the Troopers, Fish & Wildlife, the Air National Guard Rescue Coordination Center, the US Coast Guard and Navy Seals, along with K9 search dogs from Mat-Su and Anchorage. 
 
Kodiak is in the Gulf of Alaska and is the second largest island in the United States, after the island of Hawaii. The island is heavily wooded and known for its bears.


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