Update: Live Oak boy found on Saturday

A Florida Missing Child Alert was issued for 12-year-old Scott Koehn III of Live Oak on Friday morning.
A Florida Missing Child Alert was issued for 12-year-old Scott Koehn III of Live Oak on Friday morning.
Courtesy of FDLE

Update (Saturday, 3:15 p.m.) The Suwannee County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) reported on Saturday afternoon that Scott Koehn III was located.

The 12-year-old Live Oak boy was reported missing on Thursday afternoon and a Florida Missing Child Alert was issued on Friday morning.

Law enforcement located missing 12-year-old Scott Koehn III of Live Oak on Saturday.
Courtesy of SCSO Law enforcement located missing 12-year-old Scott Koehn III of Live Oak on Saturday.

Multiple regional law enforcement agencies were involved in the search and used drones, aviation units, mounted horses, ground searches with K-9 units and analytical data to find the boy, according to an SCSO social media post.

Original story (posted Friday, June 21, at 11:40 a.m.):

Authorities issued a Missing Child Alert on Friday morning for 12-year-old Scott Koehn III of Live Oak.

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Koehn was last seen in the area of the 21300 block of 168th Street in Live Oak around 5:30 p.m. on Thursday. He was wearing a camouflage hoodie, pants and slip-on cowboy boots and left his residence on foot in an unknown direction.

Koehn is white with black hair and blue eyes. The 4-foot, 9-inch male weighs 90 pounds and is from Live Oak in Suwannee County.

According to a Suwannee County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) social media post, no foul play is suspected in Koehn’s disappearance. SCSO deputies with help from K-9 units and drones have been searching for the boy.

Anyone with information regarding Koehn is asked to contact the Florida Department of Law Enforcement at 888-356-4774, the Suwannee County Sheriff’s Office at 386-362-2222 or 911.

Editor’s note: This story was updated with information from a Suwannee County Sheriff’s Office social media post.

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