Since June 2022, Vancouver Police detectives have attempted to contact multiple family members to determine if 8-year-old John Breadson is with family or is truly missing
VANCOUVER – Members of the Vancouver Police Department are partnering with the FBI to assist with locating 8-year-old John Breadson.
On June 17, 2022, Vancouver Police conducted a welfare check to substantiate information related to a criminal investigation and account for the whereabouts and welfare of Breadson.
Since June 2022, Vancouver Police detectives have attempted to contact multiple family members to determine if Breadson is with family or is truly missing. To date, the family members that have been contacted have not provided investigators information related to the whereabouts of Breadson and he has not been located.
In December 2022, charges of Custodial Interference were filed against Breadson’s grandparents, who were his last known guardians and persons of interest regarding the initial criminal allegation.
Anyone with information concerning John Breadson is asked to contact Vancouver Police Detective James Dewey; email@example.com; (360) 487-7446 or 9-1-1.
Downloadable file: breadson-john_FBI.pdf
Downloadable file: Missing_Person_-_Breadson_JOHN-VPD.pdf
Information provided by Vancouver Police Department.
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