Trotwood police continue search for 1-year-old boy missing since June

Trotwood police are searching for Cannon Harris-Brown after the 1-year-old's non-custodial father reportedly did not return the boy following a visit. Photo courtesy Trotwood Police Department.

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Trotwood police are searching for Cannon Harris-Brown after the 1-year-old's non-custodial father reportedly did not return the boy following a visit. Photo courtesy Trotwood Police Department.

Trotwood police are continuing to seek the community’s help locating a 1-year-old boy last seen in late June.

Cannon Harris-Brown was last known to be with his non-custodial father, Ceasar Brown, according to a press release issued by police. Brown reportedly took the boy for a one-hour visit on June 28 and has not returned Harris-Brown.

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Ceasar Brown. Photo courtesy Trotwood Police Department.

Ceasar Brown. Photo courtesy Trotwood Police Department.

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Ceasar Brown. Photo courtesy Trotwood Police Department.

Brown provided false information for his residence and the location of the boy, according to police.

Harris-Brown is approximately 2′8″ tall and weighs 28 pounds. He was last seen wearing an orange onesie and black tennis shoes.

Brown has a warrant for his arrest and is wanted by the police, according to Trotwood police.

Anyone with information on Harrison-Brown or Brown’s location should call Detective Natalie Watson at 937-854-7238 or the Montgomery County Regional Dispatch Center at 937-225-4357.

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