WICHITA, Kansas – Sunday marked 100 days since the now 7-month-old baby Vincent Moore was last seen.
Police say the child was spotted leaving a Wichita home with his father July 11th.
The family of baby Vincent held a candlelight vigil Sunday evening where the child was last seen.
Patrick Smith, the uncle of baby Vincent, hopes this event will let the community know he is still out there and unaccounted for.
“That’s why we’re gathering here at the corner of Tulsa and South Hydraulic is to continue to keep Vincent in the forefront of Wichita and hopefully the nation,” said Smith.
Smith and the rest of his family are doing all they can, while putting their faith in law enforcement.
“As far as new developments, the detectives are doing everything they can, every lead, we have a new flyer with updated information with the national missing and exploited children,” said Smith.
During the vigil, Smith got a little emotional talking about his missing nephew.
“I am his uncle, I’ve seen him, I’ve held him, I’ve watched him smile,” said Smith.
Smith is hopeful that someone will come forward with any information to locate baby Vincent.
The family is asking if anyone has any information to contact Crimestoppers, the Wichita Police Department, or his family.