$2,500 award for tips that lead to missing 3-year-old’s location

Police say Nylo has been missing since Dec. 4, just a few days before his mother Nyteisha Lattimore, 29, was found dead near the Purple People Bridge.

Police are still searching for 3-year-old Nylo Lattimore after his mother was found stabbed to death near the Purple People Bridge in mid-December.

Nylo was last seen around noon on Dec. 4, police said. His mother, Nyteisha Lattimore, was found dead days later. She was 29.

On Tuesday, Lt. Steve Saunders told The Enquirer there was "nothing significant to report" in the search for Nylo. Last month Saunders said police had covered more than 180 miles searching for the missing boy, with no trace of him.

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Police believe Nylo's disappearance may involve foul play and Crimestoppers is offering a $2,500 cash reward for information leading to his whereabouts. Anyone with information on Nylo's location is encouraged to call 513-352-3040 or submit an anonymous tip online.

What happened?

Police say Lattimore was killed on Dec. 5 in her home, but wasn't found until a week later. Investigators believe she was stabbed by 20-year-old Desean Brown at her home in Walnut Hills before he disposed of her body near the Ohio River.

Nylo Lattimore, 3, is missing, police said Saturday evening.

Nylo has been missing since the day before her death.

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Family members identified a stroller that appears to belong to the Lattimore family near Yeatman's Cove, police said. 

Brown "has not been forthcoming" or cooperative with the investigation, Saunders told The Enquirer.

"The person that probably has the most information is not coming forward with that information at all," Saunders said.

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