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Reward for information leading to safe return of missing Port Clinton teen raised to over $9,000

Posted at 3:29 PM, Jan 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-01-23 11:59:21-05

PORT CLINTON, Ohio — The reward for information leading the safe return of of missing 14-year-old Port Clinton boy Harley Dilly has increased to over $9,000.

RadAir Complete care has donated $2,200 to Port Clinton police for the reward, bringing the total reward to $9,325.

Other publicly-announced contributions to the reward fund include: $125 from Catawba Island Jewelers, $2,000 from the employees of Fisherman’s Wharf and BeYoutiful Hair/Nail Salon, $1,000 from Susan and James Waingrow, $2,000 from the Sandusky co-founder of Bikers Against Abused and Neglected Children and $2,000 from Port Clinton police and Ottawa County Prosecutor James VanEerten.

Harley has been missing since Friday, Dec. 20, and since then, the search has gone nationwide, with Port Clinton residents holding out hope for his safe return.

Harley was last seen walking to school wearing a maroon puffer jacket. Police said the investigation does not indicate any foul play at this time.


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