Kristian Perez, a 17 year old boy, vanished Friday after his high school prom. Authorities are frantically searching for him. He left the prom at approximately 9:30 pm and has not been seen since. Officers have even resorted to using K-9 dogs, that hinted that he may have walked over to an adjacent parking lot near the U.S. highway and then got into a car.
He was at the prom with a relative. His broken cell phone, one shoe and his tuxedo jacket were found near the car he arrived in. A search warrant is being obtained so that police and look into Perez’ call records and text messages to see if there is any useful information that can help with their search.
Authorities in Idaho were frantically searching for a 17-year-old boy who vanished Friday after his high school prom. Orofino police were still searching for Kristian Perez on Monday. Perez apparently left the prom at about 9:30 p.m. and his family has not seen or heard from him since, KREM-TV reported.
Police confirmed that the teen had signed out of the prom at 9:32 p.m. He had gone to the event with a relative and his tuxedo jacket, one shoe and a broken cell phone were recovered near the vehicle. Police said in a statement they obtained a search warrant to scour through Perez’s call records and text messages to try and find out any information that could be useful in their search. Police, using a K-9 officer, indicated he may have walked from where the prom was being held to a nearby parking lot along U.S. Highway 12 and got into a car.
Lewiston police confirmed they followed up on a possible sighting of Perez in the city, about 40 miles west of Orofino, but surveillance video showed it was not him, Orofino police said.