FAYETTE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WILX) -- UPDATE - Hillsdale County Sheriff's Office posted on Facebook, updating the public to the situation regarding a 9-year-old boy who went missing in Hillsdale County.
They say that MSP Jackson Post reports that Lyons was found, and is safe. The investigation is ongoing.
Sun 7:47 PM, Jul 16, 2017
The search is on for a boy who has gone missing again in Hillsdale County.
9-year-old Jace Landon Lyon has been missing since Saturday in Fayette Township.
Lyon has light brown hair, brown eyes, and a small scar on the left side of his head with missing hair.
The Michigan State Police Jackson Post is working on the search along with the Hillsdale County Sheriff’s Department.
MSP brought K9’s in to help with the search on Saturday and on Sunday afternoon but have not been successful in tracking Lyon down.
This isn’t the first time Lyon has ran away from home.
News 10 covered the search when Lyon went missing on January 18.
Lyon was found safe and in good health a couple days later on January 20.
News 10 obtained court documents in January which show Lyon was having a tough time at home.
Records show Lyon was left home alone often while his mother worked long hours, sometimes even overnight, if his mother was on call at her job in Marshall.
The boy reportedly got 'whoopings" and said he was scared of his mother.
Documents show Lyon had to check in every 30 minutes with his mother or he would get yelled at.
We have not confirmed what prompted Lyon to go missing again.
If you have any information on Lyon’s whereabouts, call the Hillsdale County Sheriff’s Office or Michigan State Police.
Stay with News 10 as we continue to follow the story.