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FBI & U.S. Attorney's Office Now Involved in Search for Missing Boy from Seattle

FBI & U.S. Attorney's Office Now Involved in Search for Missing Boy from Seattle

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UPDATE: SEATTLE, WA- The FBI and U.S. Attorney's Office Western District of Washington are now involved in the search for a missing boy out of Seattle. 46 year old Jeffery Ford Hanson is believed to have taken his 9 year old son, Billy Ginger Hanson, and authorities say the father is extremely volatile and are concerned about the child's safety.

If you have any information call the Seattle FBI at (206) 622-0460 or 911.

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The Seattle Police Department is actively searching for a 9 year old boy who is believed to have been abducted by his biological father. 
Billy Ginger Hanson is a white male with brown hair. He's believed to be 4 ft. tall weighing 90 lbs. He was last seen wearing black knee-length surf shorts with no shirt or shoes. 

The child was supposed to return to his mother in Pennsylvania on September 4th but he never boarded the flight.

Jeffrey Ford Hanson, 46 is a known drug abuser. He's a white male and is believed to be 5 ft. 5 in. weighing 160 lbs. He is possibly taking the child to the San Juan Islands, Mexico or Tahiti in a white 1976 Cooper sailboat named "Draco." 

The boat has a 6 in. red stripe along the side and a Washington license plate.

Anyone with any information about this endangered child is advised to call 911. 

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