The image of what Timmothy Pitzen might look like now – three years after the 6-year-old disappeared – was released late last week.
It was three years ago this week that six-year-old Timmothy Pitzen disappeared. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
It is impossible for Aurora Police Detective Lee Catavu to fathom the number of hours he has spent trying to bring Timmothy Pitzen home.
Marking the one-year anniversary of the disappearance of a 6-year-old Aurora boy, police are seeking the public’s help to solve the mystery.
AURORA, Ill. (CBS) — Police in Aurora say they have to depend on tips now in their search for kindergartner Timmothy Pitzen, whose mother committed suicide back in May. As WBBM Newsradio’s Dave Marsett reports, […]
It has been more than six months since 6-year-old Timmothy Pitzen was last seen, and police have released new surveillance video in hopes that someone will come forward with information.
Blood belonging to a 6-year-old missing Aurora boy whose mother committed suicide has been discovered in the woman’s van, although police say it could have been the result of a mere bloody nose.
It has been a month now since Aurora police were reasonably certain that 6-year-old Timmothy Pitzen was alive and well.
Sometime between late May 13 and early May 14, Amy Fry-Pitzen — cut and bloodied — tried to get out of the bathtub. Her 6-year-old son Timmothy has not been seen since.
Aurora police hope evidence from a sport-utility vehicle will help them find a 6-year-old boy who has been missing for nearly three weeks.
Police have finally released security video of a six-year-old Aurora boy who’s been missing nearly two weeks. The video shows the boy with his mother shortly before the woman took her own life.
West suburban Aurora police were able to confirm Friday night that Timmothy Pitzen’s child car seat that was thought to have been missing from the vehicle driven by his mother, has been in the possession of Amy Fry Pitzen’s mother since before the pair went missing.
Police searching for a 6-year-old boy say that at least one of the steps his mother took before she committed suicide – a step that suggested the boy was safe — did not happen.
Authorities searched a wide area in northern Illinois on Thursday, hoping to find a missing 6-year-old Aurora boy whose mother committed suicide while he was in her care.
The hunt for a missing 6-year-old Aurora boy has intensified, with involvement now from the feds.
Relatives of an Aurora woman, who committed suicide in a Rockford motel room, are out searching for the woman’s missing son in western Illinois.
The search for a missing Aurora boy has now moved to at least three states.
Six-year-old Timothy J. Pitzen remains missing Sunday afternoon, and authorities continue to look for leads in his disappearance, a day after his mother was found dead inside a Rockford motel room after slitting her wrists.