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Victorian baby boy declared missing by police

Victorian baby boy declared missing by police
A Victorian baby boy has been reported missing, with police appealing for the public to help find him.
Three-month-old Buddy, from Yarroweyah, was last seen in Tocumwal, New South Wales, near the Victorian border about 6pm yesterday.
Police understand the baby is in the company of his parents Cody Seymour and Sophie McGrath.
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The missing baby boy is believed to be in the company of his parents. (Victoria Police)
They are believed to be travelling in a white ute with a trade box on the back of the vehicle.
The family are known to frequent the Yarrawonga, Cobram, Barooga and Urana areas.
Police hold concerns for Buddy's care and welfare.
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Investigators have released images of Cody and Sophie in the hope someone recognises them and can provide information on Buddy's current whereabouts.
The father, Cody, is described as 183cm tall with a solid build and brown hair and mother, Sophie, is 152cm tall with a thin build and dark brown hair.
Anyone who sees Buddy is urged to call triple-zero (000).
People who have information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Cobram Police Station on (03) 5871 1977.