The search for Brian Sullivan continues with help from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The 19 year from Chili was last seen on July 8th. He reportedly ordered a meal at Burger King at around 5 a.m. Several hours later, his Pontiac Sunfire was found at the end of Lettington Avenue in the City of Rochester. All of Brian’s belongings were found inside his car.
So far, three searches have been done in the area where Brian’s care was discovered. Investigators with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department say nothing was found during any of the three searches which would indicate Brian's whereabouts.
On Wednesday, The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children became involved in the search for Brian Sullivan. The agency has produced a poster which will be on their website as well as distributed nationally.
As of yet, the sheriff's department says their is no evidence of foul play.
"At this point we haven't ruled anything out. I mean obviously we look at the aspects of foul play, perhaps was he injured or sick, perhaps he did leave somewhere. We're looking at all avenues at this point. We're not ruling anything in or out," says Daniel Greene, Monroe County Undersheriff.
"He would have said, I'm going to leave...he would never have not told me something like that, wouldn't hide things from me," says Barbara Sullivan, Brian’s mother.
Brian Sullivan is 5’11” tall with black hair and blue eyes. He weighs 170 lbs. He may be wearing glasses and has a beard. Brian is known as “Sully” by his friends. If you or someone you know may have any information on the case, call 9-1-1 or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST.