WJHL.com - Endangered Child Alert canceled for Tazewell, TN baby

Endangered Child Alert canceled for Tazewell, TN baby

Autumn Lee Bunch Autumn Lee Bunch
Tazewell, Tenn. -

UPDATE 8:30 a.m.

The Endangered Child Alert issued for a Tazewell child has been canceled.

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Investigators are looking for a 2-month old missing child who is the subject of an East Tennessee Endangered Child Alert.

According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, 2-month old Autumn Lee Bunch is missing from Tazewell, Tenn.

Investigators say Bunch was last seen on February 11 at her home. Officials say they believe the baby is with Ashley Leach and Aaron Bunch, both of whom are Autumn Bunch's parents.

TBI officials say Leach and Aaron Bunch both have a history of drug abuse.

If you have any information as to the whereabouts of Autumn Bunch, Aaron Bunch or Ashley Leach, call: 1-800-TBI-FIND.

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