Marysville Police seek missing autistic child

UPDATE: The child has been found safe.

MARYSVILLE – The Marysville Police Department on Wednesday night said it is looking for an autistic child who authorities believe was abducted.

Venjamin Seth Wright was last seen at 1350 Cedar Ave., Apt. E-3, in Marysville, police said.

The child with brown hair was last seen wearing a yellow T-shirt, black pants and black shoes.

He has the mental capacity of an 18-month-old child, police said.

Authorities said the child may be in the company of his mother, Shannan Christine Guest, and her boyfriend, Gary Howard Cooper. They may be traveling in a white 2012 Ford Focus and could be headed toward the Los Angeles area.

Police said the child could be in danger.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Marysville Police Department at 360-363-8350 immediately.

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