Authorities are reportedly searching for 44-year-old Wayne "Wolf" Walker.
According to Pickaway County authorities Kyle Calton reportedly died from being shaken.
While that search continues, the baby's family mourns their loss.
Betty Skaggs, Kyle’s maternal grandmother reportedly remembered her grandson as “…bright eyed, full of smiles, loved to play."
"I still don't understand how somebody could do that."
Baby Kyle reportedly died at Nationwide Children's Hospital from trauma, doctors said, consistent with shaken baby syndrome.
"I’m having a hard time wrapping my head around how somebody could do something like that to him," Skaggs said.
Kyle’s paternal grandfather, Skeeter Bothman reportedly said he always thought his grandson would be in safe hands. " I never dreamed something like that was gonna happen," Bothman said.
"It takes an animal to do something like that. That's an animal in my eyes you know, it's senseles, just senseless. I just want to see justice done for him," Bothman said of Walker.
The family reportedly said they have set up a fund at the Ross County Banking Center to help raise money for the baby's burial.
The family reportedly said, they are now focused on coming together to help investigators find man accused of killing baby Kyle.
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