Body found believed to be two-year-old boy who disappeared from his bed in Virginia early on June 24

Police believe they have found the body of the two-year old boy who vanished from his Virginia home in the middle of the night early on Monday. 

Noah Tomlin’s mother said she last saw the toddler at 1am on the morning of June 24, when he was in bed at the family’s home in Norfolk, Hampton Police Chief Terry Sult said.     

His mother called police at 11.35am on Monday to report him missing.

Authorities announced Wednesday that they believe they had found the toddler.

‘At 8.50am this morning, a search team located the remains of a child we believe to be Noah Tomlin,’ Sult said during a news conference on Wednesday.

Noah’s mother, 34-year-old Julia L. Tomlin, was arrested on Friday when police presumed the child dead, and charged her with three counts of felony child neglect. 

Sult said on Friday the city’s Child Protective Services department was working to make sure Julia’s other children are safe.

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Police believe they have found the body of two-year old Noah Tomlin (pictured) who vanished from his Norfolk, Virginia, home early on June 24

Police believe they have found the body of two-year old Noah Tomlin (pictured) who vanished from his Norfolk, Virginia, home early on June 24

Noah's mother, 34-year-old Julia L. Tomlin (pictured), was arrested on Friday when police presumed the child dead, and charged with three counts of felony child neglect

Noah's mother, 34-year-old Julia L. Tomlin (pictured), was arrested on Friday when police presumed the child dead, and charged with three counts of felony child neglect

Police believe they have found the body of two-year old Noah Tomlin who vanished from his Norfolk, Virginia, home early on June 24. Noah’s mother, 34-year-old Julia L. Tomlin, was arrested on Friday when police presumed the child dead, and charged with three counts of felony child neglect

The Newport News Police Department tweeted from its official account on Wednesday:

‘Today brings a sense of closure in the Noah Tomlin case, but the emotional toll of this investigation will be felt by everyone involved for a long time to come. Our hearts are with our brothers & sisters at @hamptonvapolice and the entire community as we begin the healing process.’

Sult said officers hand-searched through two millions pounds of trash leading up to finding the body near the steam plant.

The Newport News Police Department tweeted from its official account on Wednesday: 'Today brings a sense of closure in the Noah Tomlin case, but the emotional toll of this investigation will be felt by everyone involved for a long time to come. Our hearts are with our brothers & sisters at @hamptonvapolice and the entire community as we begin the healing process'

The Newport News Police Department tweeted from its official account on Wednesday: 'Today brings a sense of closure in the Noah Tomlin case, but the emotional toll of this investigation will be felt by everyone involved for a long time to come. Our hearts are with our brothers & sisters at @hamptonvapolice and the entire community as we begin the healing process'

The Newport News Police Department tweeted from its official account on Wednesday: ‘Today brings a sense of closure in the Noah Tomlin case, but the emotional toll of this investigation will be felt by everyone involved for a long time to come. Our hearts are with our brothers & sisters at @hamptonvapolice and the entire community as we begin the healing process’

The search for Noah was extensive, leaving no stone unturned. The Hampton Police Department tweeted that 'all available resources' were being utilized in the search

The search for Noah was extensive, leaving no stone unturned. The Hampton Police Department tweeted that 'all available resources' were being utilized in the search

The search for Noah was extensive, leaving no stone unturned. The Hampton Police Department tweeted that ‘all available resources’ were being utilized in the search

The search for Noah was extensive, authorities revealed.

Referring to the neighborhood where Noah’s parents live, Sult said: ‘We actually covered the area multiple times with different teams so that we would have different eyes checking the same locations, repeatedly.’

The search shifted on Wednesday of last week to the landfill, before the child was presumed to be dead. 

State, local and federal authorities, including the FBI, were involved in the investigation into Noah’s disappearance. 

Referring to the neighborhood where Noah's parents live, Sult added: 'We actually covered the area multiple times with different teams so that we would have different eyes checking the same locations, repeatedly.' Members of the search effort are shown

Referring to the neighborhood where Noah's parents live, Sult added: 'We actually covered the area multiple times with different teams so that we would have different eyes checking the same locations, repeatedly.' Members of the search effort are shown

Referring to the neighborhood where Noah’s parents live, Sult added: ‘We actually covered the area multiple times with different teams so that we would have different eyes checking the same locations, repeatedly.’ Members of the search effort are shown

On June 26, Noah’s mother texted ABC affiliate WVEC, writing: ‘I’m working real hard with law enforcement to help find my baby. I can’t have my location known or whereabouts of my other children for their safety.’ 

In 2010, Julia spent five months behind bars after pleading guilty to felony child neglect. 

Court documents say her then-1-year-old daughter was severely burned after Tomlin sat the baby down on a hot kitchen stove, WTKR reports.   

On Friday, in a press release announcing Julia’s arrest and charges related to Noah’s death, the Hampton Police Department continued to ask for assistance in the investigation.

Anyone with information that will assist police is encouraged to contact the Hampton Police Division at 757–727–6111 or the Crime Line at 1–888-LOCK-U-UP. 

Tipsters can also send an anonymous tip by visiting the department’s secure tip form at P3Tips.com. 

The department noted that Crime Line callers remain anonymous and never appear in court. 

If a Crime Line results in an arrest, the caller is eligible for a cash reward up to $1000.00. 

Members of the extensive search effort are shown. On Friday, in a press release announcing Julia's arrest and charges related to Noah's death, the Hampton Police Department continued to ask for assistance in the investigation

Members of the extensive search effort are shown. On Friday, in a press release announcing Julia's arrest and charges related to Noah's death, the Hampton Police Department continued to ask for assistance in the investigation

Members of the extensive search effort are shown. On Friday, in a press release announcing Julia’s arrest and charges related to Noah’s death, the Hampton Police Department continued to ask for assistance in the investigation

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