HAMPTON, Va. — Police in Hampton need your help to find a 4-year-old boy who vanished from his home early Monday morning.
The Hampton Police Divison said officers were called to a home in the 100 block of Ranalet Drive around 9 a.m., where they met with the father of 4-year-old Codi Bigsby.
Cory Bigsby told police his son was last seen around 2 a.m. Monday. When the father woke up around 9, Codi was gone. He then called 911.
When Hampton Police responded, they searched near the house with no luck.
So, a staging area was set behind the apartment complex with Hampton Police, Hampton Fire and the FBI.
"We’ve called every resource and we have every resource out here that we can think of to bring Codi home safely," said Hampton Police Chief Mark Talbot during a press conference.
That includes helicopters, planes, drones, dogs and people searching on foot.
Codi is about 3 feet tall and was last seen wearing all-black clothing and Spider-Man flip-flops.
Police said search operations are underway. Chief Talbot said they don’t believe Codi is with any other family member and may have just walked out the door, but he added, "We are searching frantically."
When asked if there were any signs of foul play, the chief said he did not want to comment on that. However, he did say both Codi's mother and father were answering the police's questions.
WATCH: Monday afternoon news conference on Codi Bigsby:
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