Missing Teen’s Car Found in Fairfax

View Comments (
)
|
Email
|
Print

    NEWSLETTERS

    Police in Fairfax County search for 17-year-old Bryan Glenn who went missing after dropping his brother off at W.T. Woodson High School Monday. News4's Pat Collins reports.

    Police are searching for a missing teenager after his car was found in the city of Fairfax.

    Bryan Glenn, a 17-year-old senior at W.T. Woodson High School, dropped his brother off there Monday morning but kept going, News4's Pat Collins reported.

    According to surveillance video, Bryan bought six donuts at a Dunkin’ Donuts at 8 a.m., walked away and then returned to buy a bottle of water, Collins reported. His parents found that unusual because he had his lunch and a bottle of water in his car, and when the car was found at Thaiss Park, the donuts were gone, two bottles of water had been opened and the lunch was still there.

    Police searched the area where the car was found Wednesday evening and again Thursday with bloodhounds, search-and-rescue teams and a helicopter.

    At Bryan's home, evidence technicians tried to find clues through his computer and cellphone.

    Police said there are unusual circumstances around Bryan's disappearance and no evidence that he is missing because of anything he did, Collins reported.