Police locate body of 14-year-old autistic boy in NY river after frantic search

By JESSA SCHROEDER FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

The body of a 14-year-old autistic boy who went missing on Thursday has reportedly been found.

The body, which matches Trevyan Rowe’s description, was recovered from the Genesee River late Sunday, police revealed in a press conference.

The teen was last seen exiting the school bus Thursday morning. He did not enter James PB Duffy School Number 12 in Rochester for classes that day.

Rowe had not been seen or heard from since. Family, police, community officials and members began a frantic search afterward.

Police reportedly found the body of missing Rochester teen Trevyan Rowe (pictured) in the Genesee River late Sunday

‘I’m just asking… bring my baby back home,’ Trevyan’s sobbing mother, Carrie Huston, said in a press conference late last week.

Some locals informed police they sighted the teen at the Frederick Douglass–Susan B. Anthony Memorial Bridge, where the body had been found, 13 ABC reported.

Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren said thousands of people provided information and help in the search for the teen.

'I'm just asking... bring my baby back home,' Trevyan's sobbing mother, Carrie Huston, said in a press conference

‘I am very very sad by this news, which is every parent’s worst fear… my heart and my prayers go out to Trevyan’s family and friends,’ Warren said in a press conference.

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