Boulder Police

11 year old autistic boy, police seeking public’s help to find missing boy

Posted on 03/01/2019 at 08:02 am
Ofc. Kevin Marples

Updated @ 12:02AM **Child found**

10:00PM: Members of the Boulder Police Department are currently in the area of the 3900 Block of Fuller Court, looking for a missing child. Kai Blaylock (age 11), is an autistic child who ran away from home at approximately 8:00PM this evening and family members have been unable to locate him.  Kai is described as an 11-year-old male, approximately 5 feet tall, with blonde hair and blue eyes.  He was last seen wearing the following clothing:

  • Red and black coat
  • Tie-dye shirt
  • Jeans
  • Orange and yellow running shoes

If you see Kai, please call 9-1-1.  A recent picture of Kai has been included in this release.

10:34PM: In addition to the Boulder Police Department, the following agencies and resources are being deployed to search for Kai:

  • Boulder Fire Department
  • American Medical Response (AMR)
  • CU Boulder Police Department
  • SARDUS (Search and Rescue Dogs of the United States)
  • Boulder Emergency Squad
  • Boulder Police UAS (Unmanned Aerial System)

11:19PM: SARDUS dogs are on scene and beggining to search for Kai.

11:41PM: At approximately 11:31PM,  the Boulder Police Department dispatch center requested reverse 9-1-1 communications be sent to residents in the shadded blue area, on the below map.

12:01AM: Just before midnight, officers who were searching the area were able to locate 11-year-old Kai, who had been missing for approximately 4 hours after running away at approximately 8:00PM.  Thank you to the community and our agency partners for their assistance.