BELLEVUE, Wash. – Just shy of a month since two-year-old Sky Metalwala disappeared and still no closer to an answer.
"Hope is eternal, I’m going to hope until I find him,” said Sky’s father, Solomon, who wants to make sure his son's case stays in the public eye.
"I don’t thinks so people are forgetting, I'm not forgetting. I’m going to keep his face up as much as I can,” he said.
So it's another day of mapping out areas to canvas with fliers.
At the same time in Kirkland, it was search and rescue crews canvassing the Kingsgate Park area
“No specific leads or specific information, this is a just area that has been untouched, we want to turn every stone,” said Officer Tory Mangione, Bellevue Police Department
Crews were hoping for any sort of clue, but like Sky's father, they also hope people are still paying attention.
"Just our presence alone here today, we have upwards of 50 to 60 King County Search and Rescue out here, just that visibility raises awareness,” said Mangione.
Bellevue Police more have searches planned, and in the next few days a website will be launching to encourage people to leave any tips or information as well.