Missing 1-year-old from Tennessee thought to be in Florida found safe, officials say

Officials said child, father might be traveling to Fort Myers

Atreyu Jack Wilson, left, and Brandon Wilson, right. (Image: Tennessee Bureau of Investigation) (2021 by WKMG ClickOrlando - All rights reserved.)

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Tenn. – A missing and endangered 1-year-old from Tennessee who was thought to be traveling to Florida with his non-custodial father has been found safe, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

Officials say the child, Atreyu Jack Wilson, was last seen Tuesday and could be with 32-year-old Brandon Wilson.

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Officials said the two could be traveling in a silver 2008 Dodge Caravan with Tennessee tag DKB044 to Traverse City, Michigan, or Fort Myers, Florida.

The TBI announced at 9:40 a.m. that the 1-year-old was found safe and Wilson was in custody.

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