The family of Shamar Harrigan is offering a $5000 reward for anyone with information leading to his whereabouts.
Concern for the safety of the missing teen, with special needs, continues to grow more than five days since he was last seen at his home in Willikies.
The boy, according to his family has the mind of a 7-year- old as he suffers from autism. Their greatest concern is that he needs his medication.
Shauntel Barton, Harrigan’s sister, told the media just this week that several people claimed that they had spotted the teen however because he could not communicate fluently, their interaction with him was hindered.
Harrigan loves food, his sister says asking anyone who sees him to offer him a snack and then call the police.
His favorite food is Shirley biscuits. This is the first time that Harrigan has gone missing.
When he left his home on November 14, he was dressed in a black and white shirt and light blue jeans. He also has a pink and blue backpack. He is described as 5ft 3 and dark in complexion.
Anyone who spots Harrigan is asked to call the family at 789-5164 / 776-3922 / 726-3812.