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UPDATE: Trempealeau Co. Sheriff's Office: Missing toddler considered endangeredSubmitted: 01/25/2020
UPDATE: Trempealeau Co. Sheriff's Office: Missing toddler considered endangered
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TREMPEALEAU COUNTY - UPDATE 1/25/20 - The missing person alert for Jacobs has been cancelled as the child was found safe. 
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The Wisconsin Crime Alert Network says a toddler is missing and is considered endangered.

Sawyer Jacobs is one and a half years old. He has blonde hair and brown eyes. Jacobs was last seen the morning of Thursday, January 23rd in the Village of Eleva near Eau Claire. 

Authorities say he may be with any of the following family members:
  • Jessica Cleasby
  • Scott Jacobs
  • Delores Cleasby
  • Jamey Cleasby
Anyone who may have information is asked to call the Trempealeau Co. Sheriff's Office at 715-538-4351.




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