U.S. police investigating teen's claim he is boy missing for eight years

U.S. police investigating teen's claim he is boy missing for eight years

U.S. police investigating teen's claim he is boy missing for eight years

Police in the Chicago suburb of Aurora say the department is sending two detectives to the Cincinnati area to investigate a missing child report that could involve an Aurora boy who disappeared in 2011.

Pitzen was 6 years old when he disappeared on May 11, 2011.

He added: "Law enforcement has not and will not forget Timmothy, and we hope to one day reunite him with his family". The note also said, "You'll never find him".

CBS Chicago reports that the note his mother left also said the boy was O.K., and she had left him in the care of unnamed people.

Police in Newport, Kentucky, said the person claiming to be Pitzen - a 6-year-old boy who went missing after his mother died by suicide in 2011 - is actually a 24-year-old man from OH, according to reports.

The teen told authorities in Campbell County, Kentucky that he had just escaped from kidnappers, identifying himself as the missing IL boy, CNN reported.

He told police in Sharonville, Ohio, that he fled the Red Roof Inn near Cincinnati Airport and "kept running until he ran across a bridge into" the state of Kentucky. Two detectives from Aurora are heading to OH to assist in the investigation. The neighbor's daughter called the police after the boy told them he'd ran for two hours and his stomach hurt.

Police are on their way to confirm the identity of a boy found wandering alone in Kentucky who may be an IL boy who disappeared nearly 10 years ago.

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"As you might imagine, we are keeping the Pitaen family and everyone involved in this ongoing investigation in our thoughts, and ask you all to do the same", police wrote in a statement on their Facebook page.

The boy claimed his kidnappers were two white male "bodybuilder" types who drove a new white Ford SUV. No one heard from either of them until Friday afternoon, when Fry-Pitzen called friends and family and told them she and Timmothy were fine and not in danger.

"We'll have to vet this out", Sergeant Rowley said.

Aurora Police Public Information Officer Bill Rowley said two police detectives are on their way to the Cincinnati area to assist with the investigation.

"I say it's a double-edged sword because yes they're excited. but there's always some form of self-reflection where they say, 'Where's my child?' So it's a hard road for all searching parents out there", he said. "Obviously, everyone's hopeful, but we have to be super judicious".

That wouldn't be true until the following day, when Pitzen's father reported the pair missing. "'I just want to get home". "We don't want to get our hopes up and our family's hopes up until we know something". Police said there was no useful information on the phone. His mother, Amy Fry-Pitzen, picked him up from his elementary school and took him on a trip to the zoo and Wisconsin Dells.

Police have said Timmothy's mother might have dropped the boy off with a friend, noting that the boy's vehicle seat and Spider-Man backpack were gone.

Police in the IL hometown of a boy missing since 2011 say they can't yet confirm that he is in fact a teenager found wandering in Kentucky.

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