Updated: December 30, 2011 - 11:32am
UPDATE: An Olathe Police news release says that both Kalvin Willis and his father Aaron Willis have been located and are in good health.
Olathe Police go on to thank the agencies that assisted in the investigation to this point, The Johnson County Sheriff's Department of Communications, the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the Platte County, Missouri Sheriff's Department, and the Platte City, Missouri Police Department.
Police say that the case remains under investigation. Anyone with information is encouraged to call Olathe Police at 913-971-6950 or 913-971-7500.
Olathe Police and the Kansas Bureau of Investigation are on the lookout for 6-year-old, Kalvin Jacob Willis and his father, 31-year-old, Aaron Jacob Willis. Police say that Aaron had a "violent incident" with his girlfriend, which included comments of possibly harming himself. The altercation ended when Aaron left the Olathe residence, in the 1800 block of E. Sheridan Bridge Lane. Police say that 6-year-old Kalvin was forced to leave with his father.
The two have not been seen since the incident occurred around 4 p.m., Thursday, December 29th. Police are not willing to comment on why 10 hours were allowed to pass before the public was alerted, around 2 a.m. Friday.
Officers say Aaron is likely driving a red 1997 Honda Civic 4 door with Kansas license plate, possibly 722 BVS.
Kalvin Jacob Willis is a white male, 4 feet 10 inches tall, weighs approximately 85lbs, with blue eyes and brown hair.
Aaron Jacob Willis is a white male, 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighs approximately 140lbs, with brown eyes and brown hair. He is also said to have a "Celtic symbol" tattooed on his left hand.
Anyone with information on their whereabouts is urged to call Olathe Police at 913-971-6905 or the Crimestoppers TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS (8477).
All information provided by the Olathe Police Department.
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