Police seeking missing Fayette County 6-year-old
Police in Fayette County are searching for a 6-year-old boy last seen Saturday afternoon.
Pennsylvania State Police issued an Amber Child Abduction Alert for Aiden Miller of Henry Clay Township.
Police described the boy as 4 feet tall, weighing 68 pounds with green eyes and blond hair cut into a crew cut. He was last seen wearing a red T-shirt, blue jeans and black Nike Air Jordan shoes.
Police said the Aiden was last seen with Brian T. Lynch, 45. Lynch was driving a white 1998 Buick Century with the Pennsylvania license plate HLG7956.
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