FBI, Aurora police investigating whether boy is Timmothy Pitzen

FBI, Aurora police investigating whether boy is Timmothy Pitzen

FBI, Aurora police investigating whether boy is Timmothy Pitzen

For a day and a half, a breakthrough seemed to be at hand when a teenager found wandering the streets of Newport, Kentucky, on Wednesday identified himself as 14-year-old Timmothy Pitzen and claimed he had just escaped from two men in the Cincinnati area who had held him captive for seven years.

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.

An incident report written by police in Sharonville, a suburb in Cincinnati, said the boy claimed he had "just escaped from two kidnappers". They were in Ford SUV with Wisconsin license plates and had been staying at a Red Roof Inn.

In May 2011, 6-year-old Timmothy was last seen leaving his elementary school in Aurora, Illinois, with his mother, Amy Fry-Pitzen, 43.

She was found dead at an IL motel along with a note saying her son "was safe with people who would love and care for him", the channel said. Security footage recovered by the police pieced together their movements over the next few days, as she would take her son to the Brookfield Zoo, then to the KeyLime Cove Resort in Gurnee, Ill.

Authorities said she killed herself and left a note saying Pitzen was safe and being cared for by someone who loved him.

Timmothy would be 14 years old now, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has said.

"The fact this is a hoax is certainly a disappointment, but it's our job and we understand it's the nature of our work". "I can't see her doing that, taking his life, that's just not her", he said.

"Unfortunately, this child is not our beloved TImmothy", Pitzen's family said, via Tanya O'Rourke of WCPO-TV in Cincinnati.

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Her body was found in a motel room and there was no sign of Timmothy.

According to a report from the Medina Post, Rini was arrested on June 22, 2015 for making false alarms involving a law enforcement agency.

Police and the FBI are investigating whether a teen found wandering in Kentucky on Wednesday is Timmothy.

"We're always anxious about copycats, especially something that has a big national attention like this", he said.

She said she had prayed over the years that he was with people "who would love him", and it would heartbreaking if that hasn't been the case. "We will do everything to get him back to a good life". "That was kind of the best I could hope for". According to a police dispatch report, he told police he was born October 18, 2004.

Timmothy's grandmother said her daughter had fought depression for years and was having problems in her marriage to Timmothy's father.

"One had black curly hair, Mt. Dew shirt and jeans and has a spider web tattoo on his neck". The second man is short with a snake tattoo on his arm. Timmothy's grandmother and an aunt said that police were using DNA testing. They want to let him know that everything will be OK.

"Any remaining investigation into who that person is, including any of the allegations made by that person at the time of his contact with authorities down there remains the purview of the local authorities in Ohio".

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