Authorities have released the 911 call made by a North Carolina park worker after a 6-year-old boy with autism vanished four days ago. “We’ve searched everywhere,” the caller tells the dispatcher about 30 to 40 minutes after Maddox Ritch was first reported missing Saturday afternoon. “The parents are out here looking for him.” Maddox’s father, Ian, has said in two interviews that he and an unidentified adult friend were in the park with the boy when he suddenly darted into the woods and disappeared from sight. “Everybody looks at you like a monster,” the father told Good Morning America on Wednesday. In a Facebook post, he said he did the interview in the hopes that it would generate tips about his son. “I just want to hold him,” he wrote. The FBI is among the law enforcement agencies combing the woods in the park for any sign of Maddox, even playing his parents’ voices over loudspeakers in the hopes of luring him out if he is hiding.