Missing Teen 'Is on His Way Home,' Mom Says

The missing Levittown teen who was last seen in Bensalem is on his way home, according to his mother.

"We have found Chris, he is on his way home!" said a message from Jan Cahill King—the mother of a teen who was reported missing on Thursday, Feb. 21.

Chris King, a Levittown resident and graduate of Neshaminy High School was reported missing nearly a week ago, but a message posted on Bensalem Patch's facebook page says he has been found.

THANK GOD!!!!! We have found Chris, he is on his way home!!!!!!!!! Right now breathing is hard. This would never have happened without all of you. SPREAD THE WORD!!!! CHRIS IS HOME. THANK YOU GOD.

Reader, Tycia Monaco shared the message with Bensalem Patch.

The 19-year-old , according to Middletown police. Officials confirmed that King was reported missing after a post about King's disappearance on the Carl Sandburg Middle School Facebook page had alerted the community.

On Monday, Feb. 25, King's mother issued a statement expressing gratitude for the community's help in attempting to locate her son.

Chris March 01, 2013 at 06:35 AM
I am not trying to get into anyone's business , what's most important is that this young man is back home. My problem is if there is an explanation as to why he was in Philly for days without putting too much detail I feel like it should be out there. Reason I say this is cause I don't know if he was kidnapped, drugged, brainwashed or if maybe he has a personal problem maybe drugs and that's why. I am In no way judging him in fact I hope it was drugs that took him there and that he will get the help he needs. The other things I mentioned me scares me much more considering I live within 15 mins of him. Either way I pray for him and his family.
Peggy March 02, 2013 at 03:59 AM
Please stop and think about what you are saying. There is nothing that gives anyone outside the family the right to intrude. Say a prayer of thanksgiving for them and move on.
Proud to be an American March 02, 2013 at 01:14 PM
Glad he is home safe. For those of you that insist on knowing where he was have obviously never had anything tragic happen to you and need to find something more productive to do. Volunteer somewhere. Sending prayers to the family and leave them alone. They post it in the media to look for help finding him, not for you you idiots to judge them.
mike bunting March 09, 2013 at 04:17 PM
People are nosey. Just glad he is home safe and sound!
Linda March 18, 2013 at 08:24 PM
A nineteen year old is legally able to come and go as they wish so why was he considered "missing" in the first place?


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