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Published on June 12, 2024
Missing 8-Year-Old Hunter Pettijohn Found Safe in DallasSource: Google Street View

The Dallas Police Department recently reported a successful end to the search for Hunter Pettijohn, an eight-year-old boy who went missing on June 10. According to their update, Hunter has been safely located. The search for Hunter initially began after he was last observed riding his distinctive orange and black Hot Wheel Bicycle near the 11700 block of Ravenview Road, heading west.

Before he was found, Hunter was described as a child, with short brown hair and brown eyes. He stood at 4 feet tall, and his weight was estimated to be between 90 to 100 pounds. He was last seen wearing a Red Texas Rangers Jersey, and camo print pants, and he was without shoes, according to the Dallas Police Department.

The Dallas community had been asked to keep an eye out for Hunter, especially in the vicinity of C. F. Hawn Freeway and Edd Road where he was possibly sighted after his initial disappearance. Anyone who had information about Hunter's whereabouts was encouraged to contact the Police Department immediately.

The details surrounding Hunter’s disappearance and subsequent location have not been made public at this time. The case, which was documented under the number 090068-2024, prompted quick action by local authorities and concern within the community. The Dallas Police Department expressed its gratitude to those who assisted during the search for Hunter.