Volunteers rally to find missing child in Hunter region

Hundreds of volunteers are searching for a three-year-old who went missing on Friday morning in the Hunter region.

Emergency services were called to a rural property on Yengo Drive at Putty, south of Singleton, after reports a child had disappeared.

Anthony ‘AJ’ Elfalak, aged three, could not be located after he was last seen at his home in Putty on Friday.

Anthony ‘AJ’ Elfalak, aged three, could not be located after he was last seen at his home in Putty on Friday.Credit:NSW Police

Three-year-old Anthony ‘AJ’ Elfalak could not be located after he was last seen at a home on the property about 11.45am. Anthony has autism and is non-verbal.

He is described as of Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance, with short dark hair and believed to be wearing a grey jumper and pants, and sneakers.

Officers started a multi-agency response which includes Trailbike officers, Police Rescue, The Dog Unit, police divers, and PolAir.

Police are being assisted by NSW Ambulance, State Emergency Service (SES), Rural Fire Service (RFS), and the Volunteer Rescue Association (VRA).

The search continues for a missing three-year-old in the Hunter region after he went missing on Friday.

The search continues for a missing three-year-old in the Hunter region after he went missing on Friday.Credit:Nine News

The search continued overnight, and more than 100 emergency services volunteers are assisting with the search on Saturday.

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000.


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