Aurora Police sent two detectives to the Cincinnati District after reports that Timothy Pittzen, the boy of Aurora, who disappeared from the window eight years ago, could have been found alive, a police sergeant. Bill Rowley said:
"We do not know if it's Timothy Pitzen," Rowley said. – We do not know if this is a hoax. Obviously everyone is hoping, but we have to be very smart. "
Pitzen disappeared after May 11, 2011, when his father went to Grinman Elementary School in Aurora. The first-graders were soon taken by his mother, Amy Fry-Pitzen, who took him for a three-day trip to the zoo and water parks before she was found dead in the room of the Motel Rockford.
she left behind saying that her son was safe, but never found.
A FBI spokesman in Louisville said that the agency is working on an investigation from Cincinnati and Newport, Ken.
Sharonville, Ohio, the police said they were sent to the local Red Roof Inn Hotel to search for possible suspected abductions. They said that they did not find any suspects, and this was the extent of their involvement in the case.
Rowley said it might take time to identify a boy in the Cincinnati area.
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