Skip to main content

See also:

Family asking for help finding Detroit area teen missing since New Year's Eve

The family of a Detroit area teen are facing their worst nightmare; their child is missing. The parents are asking everyone to be on the lookout for their teenage son who has been missing since New Year’s Eve. Dylan Turner left the Children’s Village in Pontiac about 7 p.m. Tuesday evening. According to CBS Detroit, today, Jan, 4, the parents have issued a public plea for help in locating their missing teen.

Dylan Turner has been missing since New Year's Eve apparently leaving Children's Home in Pontiac with another resident.
family photo

Seventeen-year-old Dylan Turner had a month left in his court-ordered treatment plan at Children’s Village. His mother, Tracey Turner, believes another resident possibly named “Austin” is with her son. Ms. Turner is confused as to why her son would leave the treatment facility when he has worked hard to complete the court-ordered stay at Children’s Village.

Understandably, Dylan’s family is at home under intense stress waiting for information. A police report was filed, however it is not being treated as a run-away situation.

Dylan has short born hair, hazel eyes and is 5 feet 7 inches tall. Please call Waterford police at (248) 674-0351 if you have any information about Dylan or his whereabouts