BELLEVUE, Wash. - The father of missing 2-year-old, Sky Metawala invited the public to the Downtown Bellevue Park for a vigil for his son Saturday afternoon.
The Search and Seek team, made up of strangers from throughout the state was bonded by the story of the little boy and his father's yearning to find his son.
They've never met 2-year-old Sky, but each one of them knows what it feels like to love a child.
I have three kids of my own and I know if one of them went missing I don't know what I'd do, said Sharon.
He looks so cute in those pictures, he really does, said Samantha Grable.
One hundred days, I couldn't imagine 24 hours, an hour a second, said Sharon.
It's their support that keeps Sky's dad Solomon going.
My prayers and the people that are going to be joining us, they're going to be multiplying and hitting Sky, he said.
The group planned to release balloons and light candles for Sky.
We did Sky's favorite color and Mylie's favorite color, said Jennifer Mau.
The 2-year-old's mother reported the boy missing more than 100 days ago. She told police her car ran out of gas and left him alone in the car while she went for help.
There have been no arrests in the case.
We gotta bring him home. No matter what happens, no matter what the situation is, we just got to get him home, said Sharon.