Police: Missing Va. Teen Case is Unusual, Not Suspicious
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FAIRFAX, Va. (CBSDC) — Police say the disappearance of a Woodson High School senior is unusual, but are not ready say the case is suspicious.
Seventeen-year-old Bryan Glenn of Fairfax has been missing since Monday.
Police say Glenn was seen dropping off his brother in the school’s parking lot around 7 a.m. and there are signs he was at a Dunkin Donuts near Fairfax Circle about an hour later. He has not been seen since.
“We didn’t learn this until later on at night when he didn’t come home from football practice,” his father, Mike Glenn said. “But he had missed all day of school and football practice as well.”
Fairfax City police recovered Bryan’s car in the parking lot next to the baseball field at Thaiss Memorial Park early Tuesday morning.
The car radio was tuned to a talk station, which his parents say is unusual for the teen. Likewise, the family says buying donuts is also out of character for the teen.
Police searched the park on Pickett Road in Fairfax on Wednesday.