Missing Bellevue boy on ‘America’s Most Wanted’

BELLEVUE — The TV series “America’s Most Wanted” mentions the case of a 2-year-old Bellevue boy in the missing children segment of the Friday show on the Lifetime channel.

Sky Metalwala is also listed on the “America’s Most Wanted” website.

Sky’s mother told police he disappeared Nov. 6 in Bellevue after she left him alone in her car to go for gas.

Police have said they’ve been frustrated by the mother’s reluctance to answer questions about the case. Sky’s father has been passing out fliers and asking the public’s help.

The father also is trying to take custody of his 4-year-old daughter, who was placed in state care after her brother went missing. The parents are involved in a divorce and child custody dispute.

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