BANDERA, Texas – Update 11:45 a.m. on March 8, 2022
The Bandera County Sheriff’s office said a missing 5-year-old boy has been found alive after an all-night search by law enforcement and volunteers.
Sheriff Daniel Butts said Cameron Crumrine was located just after 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday by a search helicopter. He was walking across a field.
The boy’s mother and grandmother said he was doing well despite being wet and having spent the night in temperatures that dipped down near 40 degrees.
Cameron wandered away around dinner time. They suspected he went on a walk with the family’s dogs.
Cameron’s grandmother called him a tough kid and a true cowboy but said they would definitely not be letting him out of their sight anytime soon.
The Bandera County Sheriff’s office along with other law enforcement agencies and volunteers from the community are searching a large ranch for a 5-year-old boy who disappeared Monday evening.
According to the Bandera County Sheriff’s Office, Cameron Crumrine disappeared at about 6:30 p.m. from the 500 block of Sharon Drive.
Cameron was last seen wearing a neon green T-shirt, blue jeans and boots.
Several agencies have been conducting tactical searches since Monday night using a trailing dog and a search-and-rescue helicopter from the San Antonio Police Department.
On Tuesday morning, the sheriff’s office said they were accepting volunteers to join the search.
This is a developing story. KSAT has a crew on the way to Bandera. Check back for updates.