Published: Fri, April 05, 2019
Worldwide | By Lisa Hogan

Photos acquired of missing child in question, possibly Timmothy Pitzen

Photos acquired of missing child in question, possibly Timmothy Pitzen

They were in a Ford SUV with Wisconsin licence plates and had been staying at a Red Roof Inn, he said.

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

After years of mystery, a teenager came forward on Wednesday to tell authorities he is Timmothy, now 14, and authorities from his home town of Aurora, Illinois, are checking out the story.

DNA tests disproved a teenager's claim that he was an IL boy who disappeared eight years ago, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said yesterday, dashing hopes that the baffling case had finally been solved. Last name is Pitzen.

Fry-Pitzen later was found dead at a hotel in IL in a suicide.

Surveillance footage showed Timmothy's mother, Amy Fry-Pitzen, picking up her son from Greenman Elementary School in Aurora on May 11, 2011, less than an hour after his father, James Pitzen, dropped the boy off at school. They asked anyone with genuine information about the case to call Aurora police at 630-256-5000 or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678. One had black, curly hair, wore a Mountain Dew shirt and jeans and had a spider web tattoo on his neck. 'We never stopped looking for him, thinking about him and we love him, and we'll do everything to get him back to a good life, ' Mrs Anderson told CBS.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children says Pitzen was last seen at a water park in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin.

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

Timmothy Pitzen was 6 years old when he disappeared in 2011. He apparently escaped and kept running across a bridge into Kentucky, according to the police report obtained by CNN affiliate WCPO.

The boy told police Wednesday that he was Timmothy and that he had escaped from two kidnappers who had been holding him for seven years, Cincinnati news station Fox19 and other media outlets have reported.

Has the case of Timmothy Pitzen finally been solved? Police checked Red Roof Inns in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas but did not find any clues, according to the report. The shorter had a snake tattoo on his arms.

Fry-Pitzen left a note saying her son was fine. A woman in Rockton, Illinois, thought she saw a boy resembling the image, but it wasn't him.

"He's out there", she told the Tribune then.

In 2011, six-year-old Timmothy disappeared after his mum killed herself in a motel in Rockford, Illinois.

She added, "You will never find him". The boy was taken to a Cincinnati hospital, but no information on his condition was released immediately.

"When the police pushed his hood back, his face was dirty", she recalls.

A manhunt for Timmothy stretched through Illinois, Wisconsin, and Iowa.

Police had neither confirmed nor denied the boy's identity by Wednesday night, although Anderson said she was hopeful. But on May 14, Fry-Pitzen was found dead in a motel room of an apparent suicide.

"I was totally taken by the situation and sort of paralyzed at the time", Jim Pitzen said, reported WKOW.

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