Deputies check missing teen's phone records for clues

Deputies check missing teen's phone records for clues

Deputies check missing teen's phone records for clues

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by KREM.com

KREM.com

Posted on January 16, 2014 at 3:52 PM

SHOSHONE COUNTY, Idaho -- The Shoshone County Sheriff said they are reviewing information related to a missing teenager. Dylan Michael John Parker went missing Sunday.  

Parker called his mom around midnight to ask her to pick him up near the Osburn Shell station. He was not there when his mother arrived shortly after.

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An employee at the Shell station said they had witnessed a male matching Parker’s description get into a white car with Kootenai County license plates. The employee said Parker got into the car with an adult male and female.

Parker was last seen by his friends leaving a residence near the 400 block of Two Mile Road near Osburn, Idaho.

Parker’s cell phone has been going straight to voicemail since Saturday.

He was last seen wearing a black sweatshirt hoodie, blue Jeans and black work boots.

READ MORE: Search continues for missing Shoshone County teenager

Deputies made contacts and searched additional locations Wednesday night. Officials said the reports have not provided any significant leads.

Authorities are asking people with any information about Parker’s disappearance to call Lt. Taylor Marlow at 556-1114.

 

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