Officers need help locating missing Logansport teen

Source: Photo courtesy of Indiana State Police/ISP

LOGANSPORT, Ind. — State police are still looking for a Logansport boy who has been missing since June 16, and they need your help finding him.

According to an update Thursday, officers spoke to the parents of 14-year-old Bryson Muir. Muir was last seen in Ohio, leaving his grandmother's house with his mother.

Police say Daniel and Kristen Muir “began to show signs of cooperation” after initially not communicating with officers. Daniel Muir is a former NFL player known for his time with the Indianapolis Colts, Green Bay Packers and other teams.

The Muirs live on the property and used a car owned by a religious organization known as the Servant Leader's Foundation. Kristen Muir was seen driving this car shortly before the boy disappeared.

Shortly after leaving her Ohio home, Kristen Muir was arrested by police. The boy's grandmother had called to report that her grandson may have been injured in some sort of “domestic violence” incident.

But when the police arrested her, the teenager was nowhere to be found.

They now consider him “missing and endangered.” If you know anything about the boy's disappearance, please call the ISP post office in Peru at 1-800-382-0689 or dial 9-1-1.

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