Boise Police made contact with Bentley and his mom this morning after she drove back to Boise. Everyone is safe. We would like to say thank you to all those who helped share the message on social media and who made efforts to help.
Previously released June 14, 2019 at 5:40 a.m.
Boise Police are searching for a missing 2-year-old named Bentley. Bentley was last seen sleeping at a home near 24th and Regan around 1:30 am on Friday. His care taker realized the child was gone and the front door was open around 2 am and believed the boy possibly walked out. Boise police have been canvassing the area and used a drone to help search.
Officers were able to make contact with the boy’s mother, Mary McMahon, around 3:30 am. McMahon said the child is okay and with her but police have been unable to confirm that. It’s believed McMahon is driving with Bentley on Hwy 95 to Oregon on their way to Reno. Officers would like to make contact with them to do a welfare check on both Bentley and Mary McMahon to ensure their safety. The vehicle they are in is a blue 2011 Honda CRV. At this time we are asking that if anyone sees them to please call 911.
About Bentley: Bentley is a 2-year-old black male child with curly hair last seen wearing a long sleeve gray shirt and a diaper.
Vehicle description: Blue 2011 Honda CRV.
Call Police: If anyone has seen Bentley or has information about where he is, they are asked to call 911. You can also make a tip to Crime Stoppers at 208- 343-COPS (2677), www.343COPS.com, or leave a tip using the “P3 Tips” app for your mobile device.