Update: April 28 at 9:45 p.m.
Friends and family held a vigil to remember Kylan Stubler. Dozens showed up to keep their thoughts positive about his safe return. Friend Ashley Lary says Kylan had dozens of friends through high school, college and family circles.
"Super social," is how Lary describes 17 year old Stubler. "He knew everybody, everybody knew him. He was a light when he walked in the room." Kylan's family and friends are offering a $10,000 reward for information about his whereabouts. tThey urge people to contact Columbia Crimestoppers at 573-875-TIPS.
Update: April 28 at 5:15 p.m. Columbia Police are working to find anyone who has information on where Kylan Stubler might be."We have absolutely no updates -- no information at all," Columbia Police Officer Latisha Stroer said. "Investigators worked really hard today to find someone who had talked to him or seen him."Stroer said police are concerned about where Stubler might be, but since he's an adult, he can come and go as he pleases."We just have no information," she said. "It's strange."Stroer also confirmed that Stubler is not a high school student.Family and friends of Stubler are holding a candlelight vigil tonight.It begins at 7 p.m. at Bethel Park in Columbia. The vigil will run until 9 p.m.Family and friends said the purpose of the vigil is to raise awareness that Stubler is still missing. Update: Wednesday, April 27 at 12:45 p.m.: Here is a copy of the flyer the family has created in their search for Kylan Stubler: The family also created a Facebook page in hopes of spreading the word of his disappearance. You can find a link to that page here. Family members now believe the last time someone saw Stubler was Friday morning. A friend came forward and said Stubler had stayed at his house Thursday evening, but left early Friday morning.A $10,000 reward is being offered for Stubler's return home or for information leading to an arrest and conviction in Stubler's disappearance. Crimestoppers is offering an additional $1,000 in the case.
Update: Tuesday, April 26 at 3:45 p.m.: Columbia Police and the family of Kylan Stubler have been working on an update about the missing teen on Tuesday.A friend of Stubler's family said a news conference is expected before noon on Wednesday about the status of the investigation. Update: Tuesday, April 26 at 12:10 p.m. Columbia Police and the family of Kylan Stubler are planning to release additional information on Tuesday afternoon.Currently, the only information authorities have released are that the missing teen was last seen on Thursday at 2 p.m.Stubler's mother said an unknown friend picked him up somewhere in Columbia on Thursday at 2 p.m.No one has seen or heard from him since that incident. Update: Monday, April 25 at 4:54 p.m.
Columbia police investigators continue to search for a teenage boy who has been missing since Thursday.
We now have some new pictures of Kylan Stubler, 17.
One of the photographs is his driver TMs license picture and not a mug shot.
Family members last saw the missing teen on Thursday at 2 p.m.
No one has seen or heard from Stubler since he went missing.
Family and friends are hanging flyers throughout Columbia in hopes of learning Stubler TMs whereabouts.
Stubler TMs mother told investigators that an unknown friend picked up her son somewhere in Columbia.
Columbia Police Officer Latisha Stroer said, Nobody knows who he is. They don TMt have a vehicle description. She TMs concerned where he is at. He hasn TMt contacted any family. He normally contacts friends on a regular basis. He hasn TMt contacted them, either.
If you have any information about Kylan Stubler, police urge you to call Columbia CrimeStoppers at 875-TIPS.
Columbia police are searching for a missing teenager. Sunday night police released a picture of a missing 17 year old boy.Kylan Stubler was last seen being picked up by an unkown friend last Thursday afternoon. He's 5'10", 150 pounds. Officers have checked with several friends and family members and no one has heard from Kylan.
If you have any information call the Columbia Police.