Noah Chamberlin was last seen with his grandmother and sister

By Harriet Sokmensuer
Updated January 18, 2016 03:10 PM
Chester County Sheriff's Office

A two-year-old Tennessee boy has gone missing after being separated from his family while they were hiking through the woods last Thursday.

Authorities do not suspect foul play at this time in the disappearance of Noah Israel Chamberlin, a spokesperson for the Chester County Sheriffs Office tells PEOPLE.

Noah has blonde hair and blue eyes, according to an endangered child alert.

He is two feet tall and was wearing a gray shirt and blue jeans.

Members of the community and volunteers with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have been searching for Noah throughout his hometown of Pinson daily. Noah s parents have been cooperating with authorities, the Sheriff s spokesperson said.

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At a press conference Monday, Sheriff Blair Weaver said that he believes Noah is still in the search area and that all registered sex offenders have been interviewed.

Authorities have also spoken with the entire Chamberlin family, including Noah s four-year-old sister who was on the nature walk with Noah when he disappeared.

When asked why authorities remain optimistic with their search, Sheriff Weaver said, “faith.”

Anyone with information is encouraged to call the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND or the Chester County Sheriff s Office at (731) 989- 2787.