UPDATE 12/8 12:21 p.m.: The Roanoke Police Department says a librarian helped in the search for a missing autistic teen in Roanoke on Thursday, Dec. 8.

Police say the search for 14-year-old Shiloh “Shy” Hall started early in the morning. Hall was last seen at his home on the 3700 block of Signal Hill ave NW around 1:30 a.m.

Police say they tracked the pin from Hall’s phone and went to the location, but Hall was not there. They say the Virginia State Police bloodhounds and a rescue team were initiated to assist with the search.

Police say around 10:15 a.m. a report came from a librarian from the Roanoke City Library who claimed to have seen the boy.

Police say once they confirmed it was him, Hall was taken to the Roanoke Police Department to be reunited with his family. Hall was found safe and unharmed.



UPDATE 12/8 10:22 a.m: The Roanoke Police Department says the missing autistic teen, Shiloh “Shy” Hall was found unharmed and safe on Thursday, Dec. 8.



ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — The Roanoke Police department is asking for the community’s help in searching for a missing autistic teen in Roanoke.

Police say 14-year-old, Shiloh “Shy” Hall was last seen at 1: 30 a.m. at his home on the 3700 block of Signal Hall Ave NW.

Roanoke police are asking anyone with additional information to contact 9-1-1.