MISSING: Have you seen this missing boy?

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(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Please share and help us locate a missing teenager.

The Thunder Bay Police Service is requesting the public’s assistance in locating missing 14 year old Aiden Harris.

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Aiden was last seen on February 19th 2020, 9:00am at Superior High School and family is concerned for his well being.

Aiden is described as being a caucasian male, 5’9″, 115lb., thin build, fair complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes.

He was last seen wearing a black and green “Quaker State” jacket, blue hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and grey hiking boots.

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Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Aiden is asked to contact the Thunder Bay Police Service at 684-1200 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or www.p3tips.com.

Source: TBPS

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14 Replies to “MISSING: Have you seen this missing boy?”

    1. WTF???? This is the second time since this kid has been reported as missing. Could it be that he doesnt want to be found at this time? The waste of resources repeatly to find so many delinquent youths is something that needs to be addressed. I do not blame the parents because the parents have their hands tied too when it comes to managing those delinquents. These kids have zero accountabilty for the costs associated with their inapropriate behaviors. and are allowed to get away with it. Years ago they would be sent to a reform school. But today they are coddled by the system and allowed to do whatever they please. And these are the ones who are our future. We already are getting a reality check with the narcistic, entitled, megalomaniac who is curently runing the show in this country.

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    2. As parents we do what we can with our kids not what we want. Some kids are too hard to deal with. Some kids have mental issues. Some parents are in depression. Lots of things can happend that we are not aware of so stop judging parents cause most of the time they do their best!

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  1. This is like the third missing as for this kid, I think the parents should be held responsible whether he disappeared from school or not. Punish him more

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    1. You’re seriously going to sit there and point blame? Were you never a teenager? A child is MISSING, this family is going through enough.. you’ve been asked to share the post not for your two cents.

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  2. It has nothing to do with the parenting and more to do with the influences of things that happening with other youth! I wouldn’t be to quick to judge if I were you! All children and youth no mater what kind of home environment they were raised in experience in drugs, alcohol and hiding things from their parents.
    Many youth get caught up with friends! I don’t know if that’s the case, but y’all shouldn’t judge!
    This city so judgement always not realizing that your child probably engaging in some kind of activity, and believe me youth will hide it to the extent of parents thinking they all good!

    lil angel

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    1. Continuously making excuses for unacceptable behaviour is the worst thing anyone can do for the proper upbringing of children.

      The kid may be living in a shit storm at home due to parental failures. Could be alcohol, drugs or some type of abuse causing him to run. If such is the case, then authorities should step in.

      Considering this isn’t the first disappearance of the kid, one would want to look into the pattern of his behaviour. Could be bad parenting, could be a bad kid. We don’t know. What we do know is this is a repeat disappearance and authorities should be looking deeper into the reason for the boy checking out without telling anyone.

      If it’s the parents failure they need to be straightened out. If it’s the kid, he needs his ass kicked. Either way, these multiple disappearing acts are a strain on resources and someone needs to be held accountable.

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    1. They have the answers for everything, yet know absolutely nothing about reality beyond their own smelly couch. Armchair cowboys

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  3. I knew this family very well.. And I don’t blame this boy for taking off, at all. Hopefully he finds a better place to live as the outcome of all these cries for help. Good luck.

  4. Young man- if you dont want to go home, then call some else.
    Call the police or the fire department or teacher- anyone you can trust.
    Things can get better and will.
    But you need to make it happen.

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