Timmothy Pitzen, immediately 7, was at the end seen when his mother Amy Fry-Pitzen took him outside of his classroom at Greenman Elementary College on May 11 in order to visit the Brookfield Zoo, Key Lime Cove and Wisconsin Dells before she killed herself in a Rockford motel room, CBS Chicago reports.
Since Timmothy’s disappearance, police have been forced to rely on tips in the hopes of finding the boy. The Chicago Tribune reports that the boy was at the end “spotted” at a North Aurora Denny’s restaurant, however when police tracked down the owner of the automobile the boy was seen riding in, he was not Timmothy. Another tip this month had falsely claimed that the boy was in Massachusetts.
In a suicide notice Fry-Pitzen left in the motel room where she took her lifetime, she wrote that the boy is “with human beings who like him and will attention for him” and said that “you’ll never find him,” according to the Tribune.
Of the dozens of imaginable sightings investigators into the disappearance have fielded, the Chicago Sun-Times reports that less than a handful of them have required much follow-up before being easily dismissed.
Anyone with data pertaining to the disappearance of Timmothy Pitzen is urged to contact Aurora police at (630) 256-5500. Authorities have offered a $5,000 reward in exchange for any data that helps police find the missing boy.
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