Search For Missing 9-Year-Old Enters Third Day

Jordan Gorman was last seen around noon Sunday, leaving his parents' Tennessee home. WSMV'S Ryan Breslin reports.

(WSMV/NBC News) — The search for a missing 9-year-old boy has entered its third day.

Jordan Allen Gorman was last seen near his parents’ home in Cheatham County, Tennessee around noon Sunday.

His parents say the boy ran away after a disagreement.

Search crews have focused their efforts on the heavily wooded area along the Cheatham and Davidson County line.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation originally put out an Endangered Child Alert for Jordan on Sunday, but upped it to an Amber Alert on Monday afternoon, a status reserved for children who are considered to be in “imminent danger.”

“Whatever it takes until we cover every square inch,” said Cheatham County Sheriff Mike Breedlove. “He could only be 100 yards from us he’s just a small child that’s why we’ve asked for a lot more of the expertise.”

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