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USA: Missing autistic teenager found two years later

His family did not give up hope and continued to search with fever – now they can finally hug their son again.

The disappearance of the spectacular person of an autistic young man has seen a happy ending in the United States. Two-and-a-half years ago, 16-year-old Conorjack Oswald, then a native of the US state of California, went missing without a trace. Now the boy has been rescued alive – in Park City, Utah, 1200 kilometers away.

Authorities accidentally assisted: Witnesses called police, among others, as a young man drove around a shopping trolley. “DMZ“According to the American Portal, when officers found him in front of a grocery store, the man was in a coma and was then taken away in a car to warm up.

Police did not identify the boy as he did not mention his name as it was a missing person case from another state. However, after taking his fingerprints and comparing them with their databases, they found out who the boy really was.


When police officers traced his fingerprints through the National Database of Missing Children, they discovered Conorjack’s identity.Photo: National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

Conorjack’s mother, Susan, told CBS: “We looked all over California.

Connerjack’s stepfather, Gerald Flint, said: “I’m still really shocked by this situation. We’ve had a lot of misconceptions over the last two and a half years. Following the news of the rescue, Flint drove from Idaho to Park City – and has now positively identified the 19-year-old.

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