UPDATE: Search for Missing Sumner County Teen Enters Second Week

Mar 04, 2024 at 12:30 pm by Chandelar Williams

Middle Tennessee - The search for Sebastian Rogers, the missing Sumner County teen, has now entered its second week, although authorities have announced plans to scale down the search efforts. Despite extensive search efforts, including thousands of miles covered, there have been no sightings of the missing teen.
Specialized search teams, including mountain experts exploring caves and members of the TN National Guard conducting door-to-door searches, are combing the area both on the ground and from the air.
Utilizing drones, helicopters, horses, search dogs, dive teams, and up to 200 officials on foot, the ongoing search is employing various resources to locate Sebastian. Residents are urged to check their properties at least twice a day and review their trail camera footage, preferably in pairs to avoid confusion with the missing teen.
In a heartening development, an anonymous group of Nashville business owners has pledged a minimum reward of $3,000 for any information leading to Sebastian’s whereabouts. However, no further information has been released regarding the ongoing search efforts.
The community continues to rally together in hopes of finding Sebastian, and authorities remain committed to exhausting all available resources until he is located.
Orginal Post:
Middle Tennessee - A 15-year-old boy named Sebastian Wayne Drake Rogers is the subject of an Endangered Child Alert issued by the Sumner County Sheriff's Office. He was last seen earlier today, near Stafford Court in Hendersonville, wearing a black sweatshirt, black sweatpants, and glasses.
Sebastian is described as 5 feet tall, weighing 120 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. He has a medical condition that may affect his ability to return safely without assistance.
If you have any information about Sebastian's whereabouts or have seen him, please contact the Sumner County Sheriff's Office at 615-451-3838 or the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-TBI-FIND.
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