BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Desperate for a return, the family of a teen missing from Baltimore County is praying for the boy to be found safe. Davon Jeter went missing on Dec. 6 and has not been found since.
Rochelle Ritchie spoke with the boy’s family who say they have no idea where he could be.READ MORE: First Snow Of Season Could Bring Slick Spots, Little Accumulation To Parts Of Maryland
Davon Jeter is a student at Milford Mill Academy. His family is desperate for a miracle. It’s been eight days since the boy left home. The family said the agony of his disappearance is too much to bear.
So where is 15-year-old Davon Jeter? It’s a question his mother, father, sister and cousin are all asking after the teen went missing.
“I have no idea where this kid is,” Wilma Jeter said.
“We just need to find him,” James Jeter said.
“I don’t know what I would do if my brother wasn’t here with me,” the sister said.
“Any and every detail matters,” the cousin said.
“It’s horrible because I can’t sleep,” Wilma Jeter said. “I am really trusting God that he will come back and he will be safe.”READ MORE: Baltimore Police Seek Help Identifying Young Boy Walking Street Early Saturday
Davon Jeter was last seen at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6. His goal was to go out and find a job in time for his 16th birthday, Dec. 15.
“Taco Bells, Burger King, McDonalds, and get an application and we were going to help him fill it out, but he never came home.” James said.
Baltimore County police said they are working all angles in an effort to find him.
“Davon has never gone missing before and detectives have not been able to identify any information that would lead to his current whereabouts,” Corporal John Wachter with Baltimore County police said.
On the day of his disappearance, Jeter was wearing a white t-shirt and khaki pants. His sister said before she left, she told him…
“I told him to come back home,” his sister said.
Words that now mean so much to a family holding on to faith and hope that he will do just that.
Davon Jeter’s 16th birthday is on Monday.
Anyone with information on Davon Jeter’s disappearance or whereabouts are asked to call police.MORE NEWS: Baltimore's Monument Lighting, In Its 50th Year, Returns Thursday
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