Police in Fairfax County are searching for a teen boy who has been missing since Monday.
Authorities are searching for 17-year-old Bryan Glenn, a senior student at W.T. Woodson High School.
Glenn was last seen at around 7 a.m. Monday in the parking lot of the high school.
"We didn't learn this until later on at night when he didn't come home from football practice, but he had missed all day of school and football practice as well," said Mike Glenn, Bryan's father.
Bryan Glenn's car was found by Fairfax City Police in the parking lot next to the baseball field at Thaiss Memorial Park early Tuesday morning.
Police say they are going through surveillance video from the Fairfax Circle Dunkin' Donuts because a receipt was found in Glenn's car that was date stamped at 8 a.m. on Monday.
"He's not a big donut eater and the radio station in the car was set on a station that he wouldn't normally listen to," said Bryan's father. "We don't know right now, but there may be some indication that he wasn't by himself."
On Wednesday, police have been searching the park on Pickett Road in Fairfax. Family and friends have also joined police in the search.
"Police are not investigating this as suspicious, however it is an unusual case given the context of the young man and his situation," said Fairfax County Police spokesperson Lucy Caldwell.
Fairfax County Police and Fairfax City Police are working together in the search for Glenn.
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