A quote from law enforcement during Monday's update regarding a 3-year-old Wisconsin boy who has been missing for nearly a month was not the news we wanted.

"Elijah Vue has not been found"

In a (3/11) post on the Two Rivers Police Department's Facebook page, authorities reported they are continuing their search for Elijah who has been missing since Tuesday, February 20, 2024.

Over the past few weeks, Two Rivers PD has given updates about searches being conducted by air and land in "rivers, landfills and quarries, as well as urban and rural canvasses," according to the update on Facebook.

Two Rivers PD
Two Rivers PD

Authorities are using all resources to find the missing child including drones and canines, and have asked all residents in the area to "search any outbuildings, vehicles or any other concealed areas they may have on their property in an attempt to locate Elijah."

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According to a February 20th press release from the Two Rivers Police Department, Elijah Vue went missing after he was "last seen at approximately 8:00 AM at a residence in the 3900 block of Mishicot Road in the City of Two Rivers."

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Police say Elijah is a 3-year-old "having Hmong and White ethnicity with dark blonde hair and brown eyes." He was last seen wearing gray pants, a long-sleeved dark-colored shirt, and shoes that have red and green dinosaurs.

A total eligible reward of up to $40,000 is now being offered by Manitowoc County Crime Stoppers, the FBI, and the City of Two Rivers.

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Two Rivers Police are also asking the public to be on the lookout for a vehicle of interest in the abduction of Elijah Vue.

Two Rivers PD Via Facebook
Two Rivers PD Via Facebook

Any Ring or surveillance cameras that may have recorded video in the area are asked to contact the state tip line at 844-267-6648.

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According to a WGN report, the mother of Elijah Vue allegedly asked a man she was in a relationship with to help her correct Elijah's "bad behaviors."

She reportedly sent her son Elijah to stay with the man who was the "enforcer of rules" so he could teach the 3-year-old how to "be a man," according to the WGN story.

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