Kyle Wittcoff returned home to his family on Saturday, Sept. 22.
Kyle Wittcoff, the 17-year-old Northampton boy who was first reported missing on Monday, Sept. 17, returned home, according to his father. "I'm happy to let you know that Kyle came home today," his father, Mark Wittcoff told Patch in an e-mail on Saturday. "He is well and came home on his own." On Thursday, Sept. 20, the Northampton Township Police Department announced that Wittcoff was reported last seen on Sept. 17 in the Langhorne area of the township. He was wearing tan boots, tan BDU pants (army-like fatigues), a tight fitting t-shirt and he was carrying a black backpack. To get news like this throughout the day Like us on Facebook or Sign up for our newsletter to receive alerts in your inbox.
Seventeen-year-old Kyle Wittcoff has been missing since Monday, Sept. 17.
Northampton Township Police are continuing its search for Kyle Wittcoff, a 17-year-old, who was last seen on Monday, Sept. 17. At this time, police aren't releasing specifics as to who reported Wittcoff missing or exactly where he was last seen, according to Detective Pinkerton, who has been assigned to the case. He also wouldn't comment on whether any tips on Wittcoff's whereabouts have been received. Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our newsletter | Follow us on Twitter Pinkerton told Patch that the police department may update the community over the weekend or on Monday if Wittcoff is still missing. Wittcoff was last seen in the Langhorne section of Northampton Township wearing tan boots, tan BDU pants (army-like fatigues), a tight …