Possible Abduction: 3-Year-Old Zeppelin Bell Missing from Florida, Believed to be Heading to New Mexico with Adult

A Florida MISSING CHILD Alert has been issued for Zeppelin Bell, a three-year-old white boy. He stands at 3 feet 4 inches tall, weighs 37 pounds, and has blonde hair and blue eyes.

The last sighting of him took place in the vicinity of the 8600th block of Pritcher Road in Lithia, Florida. At that time, he was dressed in a blue shirt and green boxer briefs.

Kelley Bell, a white male with brown hair and brown eyes, is the person the child may be with. He stands at 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs about 180 pounds.

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Kelley is believed to have tattoos on his right arm, shoulder, and right calf.


If you have any information on the whereabouts of this child, please contact the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office at 813-247-8200 or 911 as they may be traveling to New Mexico.

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Florida Missing Child: 3-Year-Old Zeppelin Bell Possibly Traveling to New Mexico with an Adult

A three-year-old child named Zeppelin Bell has gone missing in Florida. Authorities believe that Zeppelin may be traveling to New Mexico in the company of an adult.

Zeppelin Bell’s disappearance has raised concerns among law enforcement agencies and the general public. Efforts are underway to locate the missing child and ensure their safety.

If you have any information regarding Zeppelin Bell’s whereabouts or have noticed any suspicious activities, please contact the authorities immediately. Your help could make a significant difference in reuniting Zeppelin with their loved ones and ensuring their well-being.

Let us all come together as a community and keep a lookout for Zeppelin Bell. The safety and welfare of our children are of utmost importance, and it is our collective responsibility to protect them.

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