Police Release New Photos Of Missing Bellevue Boy, Mom - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Police Release New Photos Of Missing Bellevue Boy, Mom

BELLEVUE, Wash. (AP) - After nearly two weeks of searching, police are still stymied in their search for a missing Washington toddler.

Bellevue Police released new photos of the family on Friday in hopes of sparking the memory of someone who might have seen the boy before or since he disappeared.

The new photos of 2-year-old Sky Metawala show an older child, more of a toddler than a baby. But the new photos of his mom, Julia Biryukova, are strikingly different from the ones she gave to
police.

The photos no longer show the smiling, glamorous blond from her social media pages. The new pictures police say were captured from surveillance video show a woman with much darker hair, wearing a gray sweat shirt and looking somewhat haggard.

Biryukova has told police she left Sky alone in her car Nov. 6 and went to get gas with her 4-year-old daughter. She said that when she came back about an hour later, Sky was gone.

      
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