Tooele City Police looking for 5-year-old endangered boy

41-year-old Gina Elizabeth Cross was supposed to appear in court in Davis County for a custody hearing regarding her son 5-year-old Noah Gardner. When she didn’t show the court awarded custody of Noah to her uncle and aunt.
TOOELE CITY, Utah (ABC 4 News) – Tooele City Police are looking for a mother and what they're calling her "endangered child." They say she was deemed unfit and was suppose to give her boy to relatives, but instead she took off.

41-year-old Gina Elizabeth Cross was supposed to appear in court in Davis County for a custody hearing regarding her son 5-year-old Noah Gardner. When she didn’t show the court awarded custody of Noah to her uncle and aunt.

Noah is 3’6” tall, weighs about 50 pounds and has blond hair and brown eyes. He and his mother haven’t been seen since Tuesday. Police say they may be in the Salt Lake City or Davis County area.

They may be in a red, 4-door, 2008 Chevy Aveo with Utah license plate A650JM.

If you have seen Gina or 5-year-old Noah you're asked to call Tooele City Police at 435-882-5600
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