Search continues for Beloit teenager gone missing in November – police have no confirmed sightings
BELOIT, Wis. — Beloit Police say they’re still searching for a teenager who went missing on Nov. 19.
Jeremiah Young, 18, has not been seen since, according to police or his family. He was last seen walking to school near the 1500 block of White Avenue.
“I’ve been praying a lot,” said his mother Debra Young. “Me and my family, we’ve all been praying a lot.”
A city representative confirmed the department has launched an investigation into Jeremiah Young’s disappearance. They’re asking for help from the public to look out for him.
Update: The search continues for Jeremiah Young. It’s been weeks since he has been seen or heard from. His family says he is cognitively delayed and has been without his medicine.
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For Debra Young, it’s the longest she’s ever gone without having contact with her son.
“It’s hard. It’s scary that he’s out here somewhere and I don’t know,” she said.
Jeremiah Young’s parents have posted fliers with information regarding his disappearance throughout the city. He was last seen wearing a zip-up hoodie, black pants and black shoes. If you see him, you’re encouraged to call 608-757-2244.
“I just want him to know that I want him to come home or call me and let me know that he’s OK,” Debra Young said.
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