INDIANAPOLIS — The search continues for an Indianapolis man and three children who were last seen nearly one week ago. Monday afternoon, police thought the family may have been spotted at a Whitestown restaurant on Sunday night, but later stated the tip had been incorrect.
Kyle Moorman and his three children, Kyle, Kyannah, and Kyran, were last seen on Wednesday, July 6 on S. Sherman Drive in a 2009 black 4-door Saab.
Moorman’s family told FOX59 reporters around 8:15 p.m. Monday that police and family are now focusing their search on a lake on the southwest side of Indianapolis. The lake, near the intersection of Bluff Road and West Troy Avenue, is allegedly Moorman’s last known location based on tracking his Google account.
Mariah Moorman, Kyle’s sister, said a family member was able to get into his email account and phone records. They said the lake was the last location where the phone pinged, at 12:48 a.m. Thursday.
Along the bank, the family said they found a bottle, that belonged to the youngest of the children, which was taken by police.
“If you take the adult out of the equation, there’s three babies. Babies that are scared. Like, it just don’t make sense,” said Mariah. “It don’t make sense at all.”
CBS4 has crews on the way to the scene. Below is all that we know about the missing.
Kyle Moorman, 27
Kyle Moorman, 27, is described as being 5’10″and 125 pounds. He has brown hair and hazel eyes.
Kyle Moorman II, 5
The eldest child, 5-year-old Kyle Moorman II, is 3’7” and 40 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes.
Kyannah Holland, 2
2-year-old Kyannah Holland is described as being 2’0″ and 15 pounds. She has blonde hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a striped pink and blue romper.
Kyran Holland, 1
According to IMPD, Kyran Holland is 2’6”, 25 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a diaper and a striped shirt.
What family is saying
According to their loved ones, Kyle Moorman took his kids fishing on Wednesday. Family has been searching along the White River in downtown Indianapolis, an area they say is one of Moorman’s regular fishing spots.
Moorman mother’s, Natasha Hayes, says her son’s phone has been off since 1 a.m. on Thursday.
“He’s never normally gone more than a day. Maybe overnight, but he’d contact family first thing in the morning. He’s real close to his brothers,” said Hayes.
According to a flyer created by a non-profit that assists families of missing people, 5-year-old Kyle Moorman II has asthma and is not traveling with any of his medication.
Family says it’s not like the elder Kyle Moorman to not check in with them.
“We understand that he’s grown and he’s allowed to leave with his children, we know that. But this is not right. he would have been home with these babies,” said Hayes.
IMPD says if you find them, call 911 immediately.