Search for missing toddler Sky Metalwala comes to Issaquah

November 16, 2011

By Warren Kagarise

NEW — 10 a.m. Nov. 16, 2011

Searchers for missing 2-year-old boy Sky Metalwala plan to meet in Issaquah on Wednesday afternoon to hand out fliers as investigators and volunteers continue to search for the missing toddler.

Sky’s father, Solomon Metalwala, and volunteers organized the event. Searchers plan to meet at Costco at noon.

Meanwhile, investigators continue to search for the missing toddler.

Sky’s mother, Julia Biryukova, reported the boy missing Nov. 6, after she said she left him in her car as she and a 4-year-old daughter walked to a gas station. She said Sky had disappeared by the time they returned.

Bellevue police received more than 1,100 tips in the days since Biryukova reported Sky missing. Still, the agency has not ruled out any possibilities in the case.

“We’re not releasing information about any of the searches that we’re doing in any areas,” Bellevue Police Department spokeswoman Officer Carla Iafrate said Wednesday. “There’s just no new releasable information today.”

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One Response to “Search for missing toddler Sky Metalwala comes to Issaquah”

  1. Richard A. Dyer on November 16th, 2011 2:56 pm

    If the mother says she is innocent just have her take a lie detecter test they are now 99% accurate. If the mother refuses the test then she is more than 50% quilty. The test will allow the police to focus their efforts. The child did not go off into the woods by himself. If the test show she is innocent then someone took the child. If we had a national law against harming children their would be less child crimes.

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