Investigators say a 14-year-old boy found in Newport, Kentucky told them he had been abducted and his name was Timmothy Pitzen. Police arrived at a Wadsworth Road parking lot and got a vague report from the man about some acquaintances he'd picked up who started fighting in the auto.
"It's devastating. It's like reliving that day all over again, and Timothy's father is devastated once again", said his aunt Kara Jacobs.
Police in Sharonville, Ohio, said in a short incident report that a 14-year-old boy told authorities Wednesday that he had "just escaped from two kidnappers" he described as white men with body builder-type physiques. She said that, if the boy really is her grandson, the family still loves him and they've never stopped looking for him. "We have no idea if this is Timmothy Pitzen", Aurora Police Sgt. Bill Rowley told the Chicago Tribune.
Police in Sharonville, Ohio, located near Cincinnati, said the boy identified himself as Timmothy Pitzen, who would now be 14 years old.
Rini was released from a correctional institution last month after serving a sentence for burglary and vandalism, per OH prison records. The boy said the men are driving a vehicle with Wisconsin plates.
Authorities have rejected a teenager's claim that he is an IL boy who disappeared in 2011 at age 6.
"This could be the story of a decade", he said.
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Hopes were briefly raised on Wednesday (local time) when a man, who said he had escaped kidnappers, was Timmothy, however DNA tests have revealed that he actually Brian Rini of Medina in northeast Ohio.
Authorities didn't immediately release the teenager's true identity or other information.
Fry-Pitzen was then found dead by apparent suicide in a Rockford, Illinois hotel room.
Over the years, family members have said that the mother had a history of depression, and her marriage was failing.
This undated photo provided by the Aurora, Ill., Police Department shows missing child, Timmothy Pitzen.
"DNA results have been returned indicating the person in question is not Timmothy Pitzen", FBI Louisville wrote on Twitter. He didn't remember where the motel was - just that he'd gotten out and run, crossing a bridge, until he reached Newport that morning.
Baughman now is an administrator at another IL school district.
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Fry-Pitzen later was found dead at a hotel in IL in a suicide. One witness says the teen was covered in bruises, as if he had been beaten.
The FBI is now involved in this investigation, reports CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz.
A note was found saying that her son, Timmothy, was safe with people who would love and care for him. "I just want to get home".
"There have been so many tips and sightings and whatnot, and you try not to panic or be overly excited", said Timmothy's grandmother, Alana Anderson.
Timmothy was 6-years-old when he went missing in May of 2011, after his mother, Amy Fry-Pitzen, picked him up from Greenman Elementary School in Aurora.
Aurora police said Thursday that the details of the investigation remain confidential and the person's identity has not been confirmed.
The teen told authorities in Campbell County, Kentucky that he had just escaped from kidnappers, identifying himself as the missing IL boy, CNN reported.
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