BALTIMORE (WMAR) - More than 40 years ago a three-year-old toddler disappeared from a Baltimore shopping center. Now police are asking for your help finding him.
The Maryland Missing Persons Network is reminding the public that they still need help finding Solomon Gomile Rose, III, who is still missing 40 years after his disappeared under suspicious, foul play circumstances.
Solomon was last seen on April 1, 1972 at the Mondawmin Shopping Center. His mother had taken him and his then 7-year-old cousin to the shopping center to cash a check.
While Solomon's mother was inside, Solomon was left in the care of his cousin, but when she came back a few minutes later, she found her niece watching television at Sears and Solomon was gone.
He has not been seen or heard from since.
There have been very few leads in Solomon's abduction over the years.
At the time of his disappearance, Rose was about 3' tall, 38 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He was wearing a navy blue turtleneck, blue and white checkered pants, a brown coat and tan buck shoes.
Anyone with any information is asked to call police at 410-396-2640.
The Maryland Missing Persons Network is the Maryland branch of an international organization called The Doe Network . This organization assists police and families in locating missing persons, helps generate public awareness of missing and unidentified victims, and profiles Jane/John Does for public recognition.
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