On Sunday evening, March 24, 2019, the residents of Corona held a candlelight vigil for missing 8 year old Noah McIntosh. Noah has been missing for over 3 weeks. Last week his parents were arrest for child abuse, however, Noah was never located. At 7:00pm Sunday evening hundreds of people showed up to Spyglass Park in the 1700 block of Spyglass Drive to show their support for Noah and his family. Noah’s Aunt Holly, who lives out of state, wrote in a letter, Noah loves to sing and one of his favorite movies is Pitch Perfect. He loves to run around saying “I have the magic in me.” Corona Police Chief, Gregory Johnstone, spoke to the crowd and thanked them for their support and assured them the Corona Police Department was doing everything in its power to locate Noah. The Mayor of Corona, Jason Scott, and event organizer Kellie Ball, wanted Noah to know they will never stop searching for him and they pray for his safe return. A neighbor who spoke about Noah at the vigil recalled the last time she saw him. She said Noah told her, “A smile is all you need to brighten someone’s day.” At the end of the vigil, the crowd sang Amazing Grace with tears in their eyes. The love for little Noah was overwhelming. Streets throughout Corona are lined with blue ribbons as the community continues to pray for Noah’s safe return. Noah has not been seen for weeks and his parents Bryce McIntosh and Jillian Godfrey are in custody on charges of felony willful child cruelty. They have been unable to tell investigators where Noah is. Noah’s grandfather believes Noah is dead and that his father, Bryce McIntosh, is responsible for his death. Anyone with information on Noah’s whereabouts is asked to call the Corona Police Department or contact your local police department.