UPDATED: 6:04PM Experts continue search in rain and cold winds for ENC missing toddler Casey Hathaway

UPDATE 6:04PM:

Professional teams are conducting a massive and methodical search. Officials have some new photos of Casey to share with you. Keep praying we will find him and bring him home safe and sound very soon.

If you see Casey or have information to help us locate him, call the tip line at 252-636-6703 or the Craven County SO at 252-633-0498.

UPDATE: 10:11AM

The search for 3-year-old Casey Hathaway continues Thursday morning, despite challenging weather conditions.  Heavy rain and strong winds are pounding the area surrounding Toler Road where Casey was last seen on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.  At this time, only professional searchers are being used because of serious safety concerns with the weather.  Volunteer searchers who arrive on scene will be allowed to sign up, but may not be used because of the dangerous weather conditions. 

 If you see Casey or have information to help us locate him, call the tip line at 252-636-6703 or the Craven County SO at 252-633-0498. 

Resources from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children are now in Craven County helping in this search.   

Day two in the search for missing Casey Hathaway and the elements are sure to become more hazardous as rainfall penetrates the already marshy, muddy, heavily wooded terrain surrounding the toddlers home.

It’s pouring rain in Craven as well as some counties nearby volunteers may travel through to get to Ernul.

Merilee Moore, WITN News live stream this morning shows how the rainfall is coming down at the command center staging area.

FBI POI, Shelly Lynch tells The Onslow Beat just before 8am this morning, “it’s pouring… (rain), the search for missing Casey Hathaway is supposed to start back up at 8am.” Will be updating that information if and as it changes.

The volunteer command center is 2755 Aurora Rd Ernul, NC at the intersection of Toler and Aurora at New Haven Church Activity Center.

Please travel safely and use precautions if you’re traveling to volunteer.

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