Skip to comments.Police Need Help Finding Missing Autistic Teen [Rogers, MN](Found Safe #6)
Posted on 06/26/2012 11:00:30 AM PDT by Hunton Peck
ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is requesting the publics assistance in finding a missing teenage boy who was last seen in Rogers.
Christian Tveit, 15, is a high-functioning teen with autism and health concerns. He is 5-foot-10 and weighs approximately 120 pounds. He has blue eyes, and currently has a shaved head.
He is legally blind and wears glasses with Transitions lenses. He has braces and several moles on his face and neck.
He goes by the name Chris, and was last seen leaving his residence on the 13000 block of Commerce Blvd. shortly after midnight Tuesday. He was wearing a Rogers Royals baseball hat, blue jeans and a black t-shirt with a faded tribal logo.
Chris may be afraid of authorities. If you come in contact with him, its important to reassure him that he will not be hurt.
If you know his whereabouts or if encounter him, please contact the Hennepin County Sheriffs Office at (763)525-6216, or call 911.
Missing person NW of Twin Cities ping!
Hope the young man is found to be safe in short order.
My wife works with people like this, and they wonder off from time to time. Generally they are located quickly. Sorry this is taking longer.
My beautiful 2 year old grandson is autistic and nonverbal. I frequently fear he will wander off and become lost. I am looking into a GPS bracelet for him.
Would you mind freepmailing me if you find a bracelet you like? There are bunch on the market, but I can't seem to figure out which one is best.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) A missing teenage boy who was last seen in Rogers has been found safe.
Christian Tveit, 15, is a high-functioning teen with autism and health concerns. He was last seen leaving his residence on the 13000 block of Commerce Blvd.
His disappearance caused the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension to issue a Crime Alert due to his vulnerability.
Excellent! Glad to hear it.
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