KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City police said the search for a missing 6-year-old boy in the Northland is over after he was found safe and sound.
After nearly six hours of searching during frigid temperatures Thursday night into early Friday morning, the little boy was found in his own home.
David Dimbiri's parents reported him as missing after seeing him on doorbell video leaving his home near 63rd and Brighton around 9 p.m. They said there was no indication that he ever returned home.
Police were particularly concerned because of the frigid temperatures Thursday night in Kansas City.
Multiple agencies and dozens of family and friends helped in the search. They brought out helicopters, drones, ATVs, K-9s, along with officers on foot, to search for the little boy.