Police seek runaway Vancouver teen with autism, concerns over cold weather
VANCOUVER, Wash. – Officers are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing teenage boy with autism.
Police say that Kaleb Guenther ran away from his Vancouver home on Saturday, October 28.
Investigators believe he is in the Portland area because last time he ran away, officials said, he was found nearly a month later in the city.
They are concerned for his safety because of the forecasted cold weather, and said that Kaleb will likely need warmer clothing.
He’s described as about 6-foot 2-inches tall, weighing 175 pounds, with blue eyes and medium-length brown hair. He was last seen wearing an orange jersey.
If you see him, call police at (360) 487-7446.