Wednesday, April 12, 2017, 10:42 PM
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) Missing Persons detectives are pleased to announce that 10-year-old Jacob Vebert has been found safe. The IMPD would like to thank our Media Partners and the community for assisting us in getting the information out! Thank you!
— IMPD (@IMPDnews) April 13, 2017
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) Missing Persons detectives are seeking the public’s assistance after a 10-year-old boy went missing from IPS School 58.
Just after 7 p.m. on April 12, 2017, officers with the IPS Police were dispatched to IPS School 58 at 321 N Linwood on reports of a walkaway student. Officers immediately requested the assistance of the IMPD Missing Persons Unit. Missing Persons responded and learned that 10-year-old Jacob Vebert was last seen at 3:45p in the classroom. When staff were lining the children up for dismissal, they noticed that Jacob was not in line. Staff immediately notified administrators and began looking for Jacob.
Jacob is described as a white male, 4’8″, 95lbs, close shaved dark hair, wearing glasses with tape at the nose, navy blue hoodie with red lettering, light blue polo shirt underneath, and dark pants. Jacob has a seizure disorder and learning disabilities.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Jacob is urged to immediately call 911, Missing Persons Unit at 317.327.6917, or Crime Stoppers at 317.262.TIPS(8477). This release may be updated if more information becomes available.
*Note: The attached photo is that of the missing child, Jacob Veber
SOURCE: Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department