Dylan Ehler’s parents have been asking the police the same questions about where their son went and why.
On May 6, 2020, the boy was last seen alive in the backyard of his grandmother’s house.
Who is Dylan Ehler?
The boy Dylan Ehler from Nova Scotia, Canada, has not been seen since.
He came into the world on April 16, 2017, and is said to be a child who “went looking for joy.”
What happened to Dylan Ehler?
Dylan was playing in the backyard of his grandmother on May 6, 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic was at its worst.
On the 15th, his grandmother Dorothy Parsons turned around to tie up her dog. When she turned around again, he wasn’t there.
“When I turned around to tie the dog up on her lead, Dylan was already gone.” Gone. Dorothy told CTV News, “I have no idea what happened.” She also said she thought it all happened in twenty seconds.
“I don’t believe he went near the water.” I believe someone has him.
“To not be able to have him, hear him, laughing playing … I’m just destroyed,” she said.
The police in the area looked for Dylan, who was three years old at the time, for a long time, but all they could find were his boots.
“Some days I think the most logical thing to happen is that he went in the river,” Dylan’s mother, Ashley Brown, said.
Sometimes I think about all the branches, trees, and other things in the water that should have stopped him. His boots stopped. “Why did they not stop him?”
As of this writing, Dylan is still missing. No one knows what happened to the boy, but it is thought that he was washed away when he fell into a stream behind his grandmother’s house.
Who are Dylan Ehler’s parents?
Randy Ehler and Ashley Brown had a son named Dylan in 2017.
Their personal lives are pretty secret, but they haven’t stopped looking for answers since their son went missing.
This is what Ashley said in front of a police review board in February 2023: “I hope to get some answers for Dylan.”
Dylan’s parents complained to the Nova Scotia Police Review Board at the end of 2020 that his case was being handled slowly and inconsistently.
At the time, Jason said, “I hope they look into some parts of this investigation again.”
“I hope they change the alert systems so that they mostly work for kids who go missing.”
According to Global News, their claim said that the police failed to “realistically pursue and investigate the prospect of criminality” and had “tunnel vision” when they were looking into the idea that Dylan had drowned. However, on July 17, 2023, the police board threw out their case.
In their decision, the police board said that the Truro police “acted reasonably in their initial response to the report of a missing child and in their subsequent investigation.” They also said that the police searched by air for 18 hours and on land for six days.