Boy Claiming To Be Missing Timmothy Pitzen Gives Correct Birth Date

Boy Claiming To Be Missing Timmothy Pitzen Gives Correct Birth Date

A boy found in Kentucky on Wednesday is not Timmothy Pitzen, the Aurora boy who disappeared almost eight years ago, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said Thursday.

"It's been very bad. We've been on tenterhooks", she said of the family's disappointment Thursday.

"Can you help me?" a skinny young boy said to Crekasafra Night in Newport, Kentucky on the morning of April 3, according to the Washington Post. "I just want him to come home to his family", Pitzen said. He said he was kidnapped, looks like back in 2011 he was kidnapped. Police also found credit card receipts showing she bought children's clothing and toys in Wisconsin.

Hall described the boy as acting fidgety and moving around.

On Wednesday, police in the Cincinnati suburb of Sharonville said the teenager calling himself Timmothy reported that he had escaped from two kidnappers he described as men with bodybuilder-type physiques. The woman stayed with the teen until police arrived. The results of DNA testing are expected back today.

A 14-year-old boy told police in Newport, Kentucky, on Wednesday that he escaped two kidnappers in the Cincinnati area and ran across a bridge.

The men drove a Ford SUV with Wisconsin plates, police said. One had black, curly hair, wore a Mountain Dew shirt and jeans and had a spider web tattoo on his neck. The shorter had a snake tattoo on his arms. He said he was staying a the Red Roof Inn with his abductors and ran across a bridge from OH into Kentucky. The FBI and local police forces were searching hotels, including Red Roof Inns, for the men.

The Medina man accused of claiming to be a missing IL boy has a criminal history.

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Nearly eight years ago, Timmothy and his mother went on a road trip that included stops at a zoo and a water park. He would be 14 now. Authorities are now working to confirm the identity of the 14-year-old boy, who claims he has been held captive over the past seven years.

John Bischoff, an executive director at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, told ABC News that while every case is unique, there are a number of cases where children are found years after disappearing.

Reve Walsh and John Walsh speak during The National Center For Missing And Exploited Children, the Fraternal Order of the Police and the Justice Department's 16th Annual Congressional Breakfast at The Liaison Capitol Hill Hotel in Washington on May 18, 2011. "We ask that you keep Timmothy and all missing children in your thoughts". She assured them that Timmothy was safe.

Pitzen said he heard from police three days later that Amy Pitzen was found dead in a motel room without Timmothy, but with a suicide note.

Nearby was what police characterized as a suicide note. Although we are disappointed that this turned out to be a hoax, we remain diligent in our search for Timmothy, as our missing person's case remains unsolved.

The case drew widespread attention, and searchers spread across Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa but were unable to locate Timmothy.

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

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