Child missing from Boy Scout Camp | Arkansas Blog

Monday, March 26, 2012

Child missing from Boy Scout Camp

Posted By on Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 10:41 AM

Three-year-old Caleb Linn has been missing since Saturday morning, when he was working with 11 children as part of a cleanup project at a bridge near the Kia Kima Boy Scout Camp in Fulton County. Linn left the bridge to follow five boys to the main camp, half a mile away, but he never showed at camp. Police and volunteers are searching for the boy. Police fear he fell into Spring River. Plans for a boat search are underway.

CORRECTION: A spokesman for the Fulton County Sheriff's Office says Caleb is 4, going on 5. The camp is on the South Fork and not the Spring, she said. Volunteers and the state police have joined the sheriff's crew in the search.

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