UPDATE (Tuesday, Jan. 14): Body of 14-year-old Ohio boy Harley Dilly found dead in chimney: More details
National television series Live PD, which airs on A&E, will feature the case of missing 14-year-old Harley Dilly on their 9:00 PM episode Saturday, Port Clinton PD Chief Rob Hickman announced.
Harley Dilly has been missing since Dec. 20, 2019, and there is now over $9,000 in reward money for info leading to his safe return.
Police are also asking for a couple more days to complete their searches before the public begins searching on their own.
“Please understand that we will be continuing to search for Harley, however I know that you want to assist as well,” the department said.
Port Clinton police are now asking citizens who live or have businesses within the city limits to check their security video footage from Dec. 19 from 3 p.m. to midnight and Dec. 20 from midnight to Dec. 21 at midnight.
Investigators ask that anyone who has security footage from those dates and times to forward it to HarleyDillySurveillanceVideo@gmail.com or contact Port Clinton Police at 419-734-3121.
According to a post on Facebook from the Port Clinton Police Department, Harley was last seen leaving for school on Friday, December 20 just before 7 a.m.
Harley is described as 101 pounds, 4’9″, and was last seen wearing a maroon puffer jacket.
If you know where Harley is, give police a call at 419-734-3121.