Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Search for teen follows new leads

By The Herald Staff | 4/28/2014

WELLSVILLE — With assistance from several law enforcement agencies, Wellsville police officers are continuing to search for a missing 17-year-old Wellsville boy, John Blair said Monday.

“We received several leads over the weekend, and we were busy following those up,” Blair, Wellsville police chief, said. “We are continuing our search.”

WELLSVILLE — With assistance from several law enforcement agencies, Wellsville police officers are continuing to search for a missing 17-year-old Wellsville boy, John Blair said Monday.

“We received several leads over the weekend, and we were busy following those up,” Blair, Wellsville police chief, said. “We are continuing our search.”

Christy Cisneros, Colton’s mother, said in an interview last week that the last time she saw her son was April 19.

“When I woke up Sunday morning, he was gone,” Cisneros, Wellsville, said. “He left sometime during the night [Saturday].”

Some friends observed Colton, a junior at Wellsville High School, getting into an unknown green truck April 20 in Gardner, police said.

Cisneros did not know why her son left home, she said, and thought he ended up in Gardner because he has some friends there.

Colton is described as being 5 feet, 7 inches tall, weighing about 125 pounds, with sandy blond hair and blue eyes, Blair said.

The teen was last seen wearing a black t-shirt, black shorts, gray slipper shoes and a ball cap but might be dressed differently now, Blair said.

Colton was not in possession of a motor vehicle, Blair said.

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