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July 12, 2019
PLYMOUTH – Police in Plymouth are assisting a family in their efforts to locate their 18-year-old son, who has not been seen by them since the morning of July 4 and hope perhaps someone in the area can provide them with information on his whereabouts.

Police Chief Stephen Lefebvre said Victor Westerling left his home early last Thursday morning and was last seen in the area of River Ridge Road in Plymouth. At 18, he is considered an adult who can do what he chooses, but the family is concerned because he has Asperger's and they want to make sure he's all right.

The chief confirmed that Westerling did contact his parents by text once last week stating he was okay but gave no clue as to where he was or where he was going.

"He's highly intelligent, and if he doesn't want to be found, then it could be difficult to find him," Lefebvre said. "There's no crime involved here. As an adult he can certainly do what he wants. The bottom line is, we just want to get our eyes on him to see that he's physically okay and in a safe place."

Westerling is six-feet tall, weighs 130 pounds and has dark hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and flip-flops, carrying a black and gray Under Armour brand backpack.

Anyone who sees him or who may have information as to his location is asked to contact Plymouth Police Department at 536-1804 so they can check on his well being.

Martin Lord & Osman
Varney Smith
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