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Harley Dilly case has chance to be featured on A&E's 'Live PD'

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Posted at 5:02 PM, Jan 04, 2020
and last updated 2020-01-04 17:02:23-05

PORT CLINTON, Ohio — After more than two weeks of searching for the 14-year-old from Port Clinton, the Harley Dilly case now has the chance to be featured on A&E’s program “Live PD” Saturday night, according to the Port Clinton Police Department.

The show follows police officers as they patrol and investigate, selecting certain patrols on air. Dan Abrams, the chief legal affairs anchor for ABC News, hosts the show, which has a segment that featues missing children from around the country.

14-year-old Harley was last seen on Friday, Dec. 20 between 6 a.m. and 7 a.m., walking to school wearing a maroon puffer jacket. Police said the investigation does not indicate any foul play at this time.

Port Clinton Police Chief Hickman posted to the Port Clinton Police Department’s Facebook page Saturday, sharing the news that the details of Harley’s disappearance might be featured on the show, helping to spread the search further.

“Live PD” airs at 9 p.m. Saturday on A&E.

There is no guarantee that Harley’s case will be featured on the show, but if it is, it can only help Port Clinton police find him and bring him home.

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