A missing four-year-old boy with "an infectious smile" was found by police dead in a toy chest in his room after days of searching.
A huge missing person search was sparked when Kache Wallis, from Hurricane City, Utah went missing the morning after his grandmother tucked him into bed in his Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles pajamas.
He was last seen on Saturday night and his family reported him missing the next morning when he was nowhere to be seen.
Police combed the suburban property to no avail, returning on Sunday for a third search when they found the boy in the toy chest.
The boy’s official cause of death is from positional asphyxiation, Hurricane City Police confirmed.
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Police confirmed that the alarm was raised when “he was checked on in the morning” and that he “was not in bed and could not be found in or around the house.”
This led to an extensive search that involved multiple law enforcement agencies as well as family and friends.
"Hurricane Police were notified of a missing child, four-year-old Kache Wallis, on July 25th, 2021," police confirmed at the time.
"Hurricane Police Officers and surrounding agencies were dispatched to the area. The child was later located deceased in the home.”
That was after a third search of the family's West 200th North home, when two other searches proved unsuccessful.
Kache was memorialized on a GoFundMe page that had neared its $10,000 goal to pay for funeral services.
“Our sweet Bubba passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, July 25th leaving us heartbroken [sic] and empty,” the crowd-funding page reads.
“Kache had a smile that was infectious and loved everyone, everywhere he went, and they loved him too!
“‘My name is Kache with K’ is what he would say."
It went on: “He was the glue that held it all together for us, we just don't know what we are going to do without him…He will be in our hearts forever! We love you Bubba! And we will miss you!”
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