ANDOVER, Ohio - The 15-year-old who went missing from an Ashtabula County park Sunday has been found safe in Pennsylvania, authorities said.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has confirmed that he was found in Western Pennsylvania, about 60 miles from the last place he was seen.
He spent the night at a bus station, authorities said.
Searchers from multiple agencies looked throughout the night Sunday for Caleb Denlinger, who went missing in Pymatuning State Park.
Around 1:30 a.m., they put the search for on hold but an Ohio Department of Natural Resources official says they plan to resume operations at 8 a.m. Monday.
Denlinger was last seen at approximately 6 a.m. Sunday when he left for a bike ride on his red and white BMX. He was camping at the park with his parents and two siblings.
He was wearing dark blue jeans, a dark sweatshirt and a gray shirt.
Denlinger has blonde hair, is 5' 8" inches tall and weighs approximately 135 lbs.
Ohio State Highway Patrol Lt. Brian Holt said numerous grid searches have been conducted over the 106 miles of land that comprise Pymatuning State Park.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is also using its helicopter equipped with night vision to assist in the search.
ODNR officers, Ashtabula County sheriff’s deputies, the Ohio State Highway Patrol, and several other agencies participated in the search.
Ashtabula OSP tells NewsChannel5 that ODNR will handle the entire case from now on but they may be called to assist in the morning.
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