Police requesting helping locating missing and endangered child
TOOELE — The Tooele Police Department is asking for help locating a missing and endangered child.
Noah Gardner is 5-years-old and was taken by his mother, Gina Elizabeth Cross, 41, on August 3 knowing she was going to lose custody of him.
Cross is described as white female with brown eyes, brown hair, 5 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 91 pounds. According to the advisory she is mentally ill.
She is possibly in Salt Lake City or Davis County.
Anyone with information on Noah's whereabouts is asked to call Tooele Police at 435-882-5600.
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