Chicago Police are reporting that they have a “person of interest” in the homicide case of 2-year-old Rockford boy Kyrian Knox.
Communications Director of the Chicago Police Department Anthony Guglielmi tweeted the following on Wednesday:
Investigative update – detectives have identified a person of interest wanted for questioning in the disappearance of Kyrian Knox.
This person allegedly has ties to the Rockford area.
Kyrian Knox went missing back in August. Earlier this month, DNA tests revealed a dismembered toddler’s body found in a Chicago lagoon was that of the missing boy.
No arrests have been made.