UPDATE (4:40 p.m.): Authorities continue to look for a man driving a dark sedan, after 7 year old Bryan Williamson was found in Jacksonville. The man was last seen driving in Madison around 6p.m. on Sunday, in the area authorities believe Williamson was abducted from
Madison County Chief of Police Ken Moore, addressed the public in a press conference Monday evening. At that conference, Moore expressed thankfulness for Bryan Williamson's safe return and thanked law enforcement agencies involved in the search.
Williamson was turned over to authorities after he knocked on the door of a home on Hammond Blvd in Duval County, Monday morning. That homeowner contacted authorities, saying she recognized the boy from an AMBER alert.
Law Enforcement is calling on the pubic for tips that may help enhance their timeline, as well as any other information in this case. Tips can be reported to the FBI tipline at (1-800) CALL- FBI
UPDATE (8:45 a.m.): The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has cancelled the AMBER Alert for Bryan Williamson.
Tallahassee, Fla. (WTXL)--A Florida AMBER Alert has been issued for Bryan Williamson, a white male, 7 years old, 4 feet tall, 55 pounds, blonde hair, blue eyes, last seen in 200th block of Northeast Gibson Trailer Parkway in Madison, Florida.
He was last seen wearing a blue tank top and green pants. He is possibly in a black 4-door sedan. He has a small mole on the left side of his neck and missing front bottom teeth.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of this child please contact the Madison Police Department at 850-973-5077 or 911.