Mother begging for your help to find her 3-year-old

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – A Tennessee family is begging for help to find their missing 3-year-old.

Noah Clare was last seen in Beaver Dam, Kentucky with his dad, Jacob Clare, Friday.

Amanda Ennis, Noah’s mother, said Clare was supposed to bring Noah back to Gallatin, Tennessee Sunday, but her son never came home.

“He could be anywhere right now,” said Ennis. “And I’m just scared I’m never going to see him again.”

Gallatin Police are now asking for help locating the little boy. Authorities said Jacob Clare and his niece, Amber Clare, were last seen with Noah in a gray Subaru Outback.

Investigators say Clare left Beaver Dam sometime over the weekend, and no contact has been made. He is now wanted by Gallatin Police for custodial interference.

“Please bring Noah home,” begged Ennis. “Bring Noah home. Bring Noah home. Bring my baby home. He needs his mommy.”

Ennis said Clare is 6’7″ with a thick beard, tattoos on his arm and will likely have on a hat. Authorities and family ask if people have any information, or have seen Jacob Clare or the missing children, to please contact police.

The family also asks people to share posts on social media, like this ‘Bring Noah & Amber Home’ Facebook page.

News 40 will continue to follow this developing story.