Endangered Missing Advisory Still Active For Missing Boy

GRAND ISLAND – Nebraskans should be on the lookout for a missing toddler, who police believe may be in danger.

The Nebraska State Patrol has issued an Endangered Missing Advisory for 18-month-old Parker James Sain.


The advisory said on Tuesday, February 27, Parker was taken from daycare by his biological father, 26-year-old Joshua Sain.

Grand Island Police believe Parker may be in danger.

The little boy was last seen wearing a dark blue coat with grey liner, dark blue sweatpants, light blue shirt and tan baby work boots.

Authorities believe the pair may be in a white 2000 Pontiac Grand AM 2 door in the McCook or Furnas County area.

Grand Island police say that Joshua was in phone contact with the child’s mother during the overnight hours. In the 4:10 a.m. phone call the mother was able to speak with Parker and determine he was safe at the time.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Parker or Joshua Sain, contact 911 or Grand Island Police at 308-385-5400.

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