Missing child in Waupaca County
UPDATE AS OF 8:20 a. m. The Waupaca County Sheriff's Department has stopped the search for a missing boy. They haven't said why. __. ___. HARRISON (WLUK) -- The search continues for a missing boy in the Town of Harrison. This is about 10 miles north of Iola. Missing boy in Town of Harrison. Officials say the child, who is a year and a half old was last seen in the family garage with his family just before 3:30 p. m. Saturday.
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