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Details of Disappearance
Timmothy is missing from Aurora, Illinois, but was last seen at a water park in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. He was last known to be in the company of his mother who has since been found deceased in Rockford, Illinois.
Fry-Pitzen pulled her son out of school on May 11 and took him to the Brookfield Zoo. Over the next two days, they also visited the Key Lime Cove Resort in Gurnee, and the Kalahari Resort at Wisconsin Dells. The mother of a 6-year-old boy missing from Aurora predicted the child would “never” be found before taking her own life in a Rockford hotel room. Fry-Pitzen left a note that reads: “Tim was somewhere safe with people who love him and will take care of him. You will never find him.” Along with the note, which also listed phone numbers for Fry-Pitzen’s father and husband and a description of her vehicle, investigators found in the motel room a purse, a green cloth bag, a photo of Timmothy and a children’s identification card for the boy. The 2004 Ford Expedition Fry-Pitzen was driving had a sizable amount of blood in the back seat, which lab reports determined is Timmothy's. there are a number of key items still missing: Amy's cell phone; the I-PASS device from her car; her son's Spider-Man backpack and the toys from the car.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Aurora Police Department