Transcript for Missing Wash. Toddler: Police Suspect Foul Play
Now to Washington State and that search for a missing two year old police say something just isn't adding up in this case and that's putting the spotlight. On the boy's mother here's ABC's Neal Neal Karlinsky. This morning for the first time police aren't sure -- two year old Scott no -- has been missing for days or weeks. Detectives now say no one but his own mother is seen in any time recently. We've only been able to locate one person at scenes sky within the last two weeks and that was a neighbor. The little boy's mother Julia Gloria -- told police she ran out of gas along this road and a Seattle suburb Sunday. And that she left him alone in his Carson. While she walked to a gas station about a mile away. Investigators are now removing the gas tank from her Acura to determine if she really did run out. A father Solomon metal -- has taken a lie detector test so far it's come up inconclusive. But the mother refuses to take one according to police. The couple is in the midst of up bitter divorce and custody dispute. A tense series of recordings on a web site that appears to have been set up by Julia reveals one battery exchange believed to be her and Solomon. Passing off the kids for a visit. -- Yeah. While -- remained out of sight -- husband is pleading for his son's safe return. Please just isn't. Return and a investigators say their focus isn't on the road where the car reportedly ran out of gas but near the mother's home miles away. Good Morning America Neal Karlinsky ABC news Seattle.
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