YPSLANTI, Mich. (WXYZ) - A 13-year-old who vanished Saturday is back home.
7 Action News reporter Tara Edwards reports that Chris Currie returned home Tuesday night.
Elaric and Leeia Currie are worried sick about their missing 13-year-old son, Chris Currie.
He vanished Saturday afternoon. The couple have been placing flyers throughout neighborhoods in Ypsilanti hoping someone has seen him.
“It not right. It’s not normal. It’s completely out of character,” said Leeia Currie. “My kids and I have a very open relationship.”
“He’s a normal kid… nothing crazy out of the ordinary,” said Elaric Currie.
The day Chris went missing Leeia said she met her husband for lunch and when she came back he was gone. “We’ve checked everywhere. We called everywhere,” said Elaric Currie.
“I’m a very nosey mother,” said Leeia Curry. “So not knowing where my baby is… I don’t know how to function.”
Leeia is also concerned because Chris suffers from bad allergies and hasn’t had his medicine.
The Curries are struggling for answers. At this point, they don’t even know if he has run away or if he was kidnapped. "Please send my baby back home,” said Leeia Currie.
The Curries say that everyday their son is missing they will be out handing out flyers. If you know anything about Chris Currie’s whereabouts you are asked to call the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Department at (734) 973-4911.
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