Scottie Dean Morris, a 14-year-old boy, has been reported missing in Indiana and is believed to be in “extreme danger.”
The last sighting of the boy was around 8:30 PM on Thursday, March 16th, in Eaton, a small town in the northeast of Indianapolis.
The Indiana Clearinghouse for details on Missing kids and Missing Endangered Adults issued an alert describing the boy as “5 foot 4 inches tall, 150 pounds,” with “brown hair with blue eyes.”
He was last witnessed unraveling red and black shorts and a white T-shirt with script on the show.
Missing Indiana Teen’s T-Shirt Raises Concerns About His Well-being
The T-shirt Scottie was last seen wearing has raised concerns about his well-being. The shirt had words written in black marker, including “I’m a liar” with a crying face, “hurt,” and “cheat” underlined.
The police have asked for the public’s assistance locating Scottie, emphasizing that he may require medical attention.
The search for Scottie began the night he went missing, and the local police department issued a missing person alert the following morning.
On Friday, the police department mobilized over 100 volunteers to search for Scottie. They used two boats and two infrared drones to help with the search.
Additionally, two bloodhound units were brought in from Grant County to aid in the search efforts.
Police Use Social Media To Reach Missing Indiana Teen Scottie
The police department has used social media to communicate with Scottie, urging him to come forward if he sees their posts.
They have also assured him they are doing everything possible to ensure his safety and well-being.
The search for Scottie has been intense, with multiple searches of the town, including a thick wood line area next to a river.
The search for Scottie is vital as temperatures have plummeted. The police department is asking for the public’s assistance finding him and has emphasized that they are not looking to get him in trouble.
They only want to ensure his safety and well-being. The local police chief Jay Turner praised the community for reaching jointly to help with the investigation, saying, “we’re going to continue to investigate until we find him.”