WILLISBURG, KY (WAVE) - Emergency responders and volunteers are combing Washington County for 7-year-old Randall Chesser.
Randall's family believe he's been kidnapped, but state police told WAVE 3, they don't have any reason to think that which is why they haven't issued an Amber Alert.
The little boy was last seen near his home in Willisburg around six o'clock Saturday night.
His special ed teacher is one of the hundreds looking for him.
"They hoped that my voice would help him," said Allena Hamilton. "Maybe he would come to my voice, because he deals with me everyday and he's, for the most part non-verbal. I don't know that he would answer to a stranger's voice."
His grandmother, Maeolo Chesser pleas, "honey, if you're out there and you're listening to ma-maw, don't be afraid honey, just hold on, because we're going to hunt until we find you."
Randall was last seen wearing a light blue hoodie, blue jeans and cowboy boots with spurs. He is 4-feet tall and weighs about 40 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes. He also has a birthmark in the hairline above his forehead and is autistic.
If you see Randall, call police.
Kentucky State Police are asking any hunter that may have a trail camera in the area of the Rock Run Creek is asked to review their footage and contact them if any information becomes available.
According to a statement, the military has agreed to provide air support when the rain stops. In addition, police say a reverse 911 call describing the boy has been made to more than 450 residences within a 27-mile radius of the boy's home.