PORT CLINTON, Ohio — After hours of searching a vacant home on Fulton Street, Port Clinton announced they will be holding a press conference at noon on Tuesday regarding the investigation into Harley Dilly.
Port Clinton police, the coroner and BCI were on the scene of the vacant home for more than seven hours.
Bags of evidence and a sledgehammer were spotted on the scene of the search.
Port Clinton police haven't confirmed any details of the search.
Harley, 14, was last seen on Dec. 20, 2019.
Since his disappearance, thousands of flyers have been distributed across the state and country. His case has been featured on "Good Morning America" and "LIVE PD."
Port Clinton police recently teamed up with the Ohio State Highway Patrol to search by air with a helicopter. They also teamed up with a Texas-based search and rescue organization to utilize new technology to rapidly and accurately scan photos taken from the air for potential sightings of the missing teen.
An $18,095 reward has been offered for information leading to the boy's safe return. Anyone who has information about Harley is asked to call the police.
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