Police Searching for Abducted Child

Police Searching for Abducted Child

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The Crestview Police Department is seeking the public's assistance to locate a missing toddler.

Authorities say three-year-old Emmanuel Menz was abducted by his parents, Karl Menz and Virginia Lynch, who do not have custodial rights to their son. The child, who police say is autistic, is in foster care.

Police say Karl Menz and Virginia Lynch abducted their son from the Burger King located at 3210 South Ferdon Boulevard in Crestview around 11:15am Thursday. The incident occurred during a supervised visit with the Department of Children and Families at that location.

If you have any contact with these suspects, police ask that you dial 911 immediately or contact the Crestview Police Department at 850-682-2055 or 850-682-3544
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