Police are looking for the public's help in finding this 4-year-old little boy who went from a Sanilac County residence.

According to ABC12, the Sanilac County Sheriff’s Office responded to a home on Aitken road in Elk Township late Monday with Michigan Child Protective Services to take custody of five children. Police say 4-year-old Elias Joseph Krajenke was not there, however.

Elias Krajenke is described as a white male standing 3-foot-tall, weighs 40 pounds, and has blonde hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing black shorts, sandals and no shirt.

According to MLive, he was last seen July 4 in the area of Main and Black River streets in Deckerville.

His mother says she has no idea where he is and that he was picked up by a friend on July 4th.

If you have any information about Krajenke’s whereabouts please call the Sanilac County Sheriff’s Office at 810-648-2000 option 2.

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Last year Michigan was listed in the top 20 states of missing persons across the United States. Michigan had the 19th highest number of missing person cases per capita.

Here's a list of the top 20 states of missing persons from 2019 according to Vivint Academy.

StateTotal Number of Missing PersonsMissing People per 100,000 Residents
Alabama2044.2
Alaska30941.8
Arizona91513.0
Arkansas2006.7
California2,1335.4
Colorado2925.2
Connecticut1975.5
Delaware586.0
District of Columbia355.0
Florida1,2526.0
Georgia2502.4
Hawaii1077.5
Idaho1015.9
Illinois3172.5
Indiana1742.6
Iowa862.7
Kansas812.8
Kentucky2485.6
Louisiana2665.7
Maine1088.1
Maryland1833.0
Massachusetts1261.8
Michigan5565.6
Minnesota1793.2