The search continues for a 13-year-old Delaware County boy who walked out of his family's home Wednesday night.
Cayman Naib, of Newtown Square, was last seen walking west on Church Rd. He reportedly got an email from school that may have upset him and caused him to leave his family's home on foot Wednesday around 6:30 p.m., according to a Facebook post.
Nearly 200 volunteers continued the search on Saturday for the missing Shipley School eighth grader. Volunteers have spread the word through Facebook shares and by using the hashtag #FindCayman on Twitter. According to Newsworks, the civil air patrol is now assisting in the search.
Newtown Township Police Chief Christopher Lunn said that volunteers began searching at 10 a.m. Friday, but still have not found any signs of Cayman.
"No solid information has been developed as a result of the search," he said. "Our investigation continues trying to develop where Cayman might have gone."
Farid Naib, the boy's father, said that Cayman did not bring his cell phone or wallet and has not contacted anyone through email, texts or social media since he has gone missing. The FBI is analyzing his computer and cell phone for clues, while police have attempted to track down surveillance video at business he may have visited.
A post on the Facebook page has a message for Cayman: "Cayman if you read this, everything is forgiven, you can exercise your 'free pass.' We love you and really want you to come home, you are not in trouble."
Cayman has brown hair, brown eyes, stands 5-foot-seven, weighs 110 pounds and was last seen wearing a gray down winter jacket, black ski pants and hiking boots.
Cayman Naib went missing from his family's home Wednesday night. The jacket he is pictured in is the one he wore while he went missing, according to a Facebook post. (Source/Facebook/Find Cayman)
Police said he could be in the Radnor/Wayne area or may have purchased a train ticket to Philadelphia.
Anybody with information regarding Cayman's whereabouts are asked to contact Newtown police at 610-356-0602 or email Investigator William Moor at firstname.lastname@example.org.