Search for missing three-year-old Elijah Vue extends into March with no answers

TWO RIVERS, Wis. (WFRV) – The search for missing three-year-old Elijah Vue from Two Rivers has extended into March as first responders are doing everything they can to make a breakthrough.

The Two Rivers Police Department posted an update on social media saying the agency is intending to expand their rural search efforts with large-scale coordinated operations.

“We request the community’s cooperation with those efforts to ensure we are thorough,” added Ben Meinnert, Chief of Police. “Team leaders of those operations will always have law enforcement identification and badges with them.”

In addition to the ongoing public and private search efforts, community members and people throughout the state of Wisconsin have asked how they can show support with ribbons and lights.

Elijah Vue’s favorite color is blue and green is the symbol of hope for the recovery of all missing children. Those two colors are the primary colors to show symbolic support for Elijah’s safe return.

“Feel free to show your support for Elijah and our efforts to bring him home with blue and green ribbons and lights,” added Chief Meinnert.

The post on Facebook was flooded with blue and green hearts showing love and support for Elijah Vue. As expected, the AMBER Alert for Elijah Vue remains in effect and his mother Katrina Baur, and her boyfriend Jesse Vang, continue to be held behind bars.