Transcript for Search for missing Ohio teen continues
We turn now to search for a 14-year-old who went missing in Ohio on Saturday after telling friends he was walking home. Police have now spoken to a person of interest. Alex Perez has the story. Reporter: This morning, the desperate search continues for 14-year-old Jonathan Minard missing since Saturday. Reporter: Over a hundred volunteers joining the Carroll county police department searching for the 14-year-old. His aunt and uncle a part of the search efforts describing what the boy's parents are going through. They're devastated. They're lost. His mom is ready to have a breakdown, his dad, too. They feel helpless. Reporter: According to police, he was staying with friends over the weekend and working at a nearby farm. On Saturday, Minard claiming of a toothache said he was going to walk home and call his mother. His mother never received that phone call. I'm actually hopeful that he's alive, yes, because he's, like I said, he's a good kid. Reporter: Police saying they interviewed a person of interest but no charges have been filed at this time. More than a hundred volunteers have showed up for that search. Loved ones say they will not stop looking until they find him. Robin. Thank you. Now to new developments in that major measles outbreak.
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