Police working on the case of missing Washington boy Sky Metalwala said they were gathering information from the operator of a dating website where his mother allegedly created a profile in July.
The boy's mother, Julia Biryukova, said on her profile that she was a "sugar baby" looking for a "real man."
The website is called Seekingarrangement.com, and it claims to offer a "secure place for like-minded Sugar Daddies, Mommies and Sugar Babies to meet each other."
Brandon Wade is the owner of the website and said police reached out to him Nov. 10 asking for information on the account. He gave authorities login information and messages.
Wade also told police that Biryukova “signed up to be a sugar baby, which means she’s looking for someone wealthy to take care of her.”
Biryukova was born in Ukraine and came to the United States as a child, according to the Associated Press.
She originally told police her 2-year-old son Sky vanished Nov. 6 in Bellevue, Wash., when she left him unattended in her unlocked car after it ran out of gas.
The mother told police she walked to a gas station with her daughter and noticed the boy was missing when they returned to the car about an hour later. Police later found that there was gas still left in the car.
Police are frustrating with Biryukova and have said that her recounting of what happened the day Sky went missing "doesn't add up."
The disappearance of the boy occurs while his parents are in a bitter custody dispute. The boy's father, Solomon Metalwala, and Biryukova filed protection orders against each other as the pair continues with divorce proceedings.
The boy’s parents have also accused each other of abuse and psychiatric problems.
Police said the case could soon switch from a missing persons case to a criminal investigation.