A 17-year-old Fairfax boy has been missing since early Monday morning and police are citing "unusual circumstances."
Bryan Glenn was last seen on the grounds of W. T. Woodson High School about 7:15 a.m. He was not seen at the school or in classes that day. He was reported missing Monday evening, October 1.
A vigil was held for Glenn on Saturday at the football field of W.T. Woodson.
Glenn, a senior, dropped off his 16-year-old brother Monday morning and told him he was going to find a parking spot.
Instead, Glenn drove to a Dunkin Donuts on Route 50 and the family says surveillance video shows him buying a half dozen donuts and a bottle of water.
He was never seen again. The cameras aren't pointed towards the parking lot so it's not known if someone else was in the car.
Glenn's parents say their son who plays on the football team was looking forward to homecoming this weekend. Today, students passed out Glenn's missing persons flier.
Fairfax City Police found Glenn's car at Thaiss Park on Pickett Road. Search and rescue teams are trying to find him and bloodhounds are being used.
Because Glenn has no history of running away or going missing, police say this is an unusual situation and consider him to be missing under unusual circumstances.
His parents make posters, check bank accounts and emails as they work around the clock to find their son.
"We just ... we want Brian to come home," says Mike Glenn. "Son, if you are watching this, we are coming to get ya we love you."
Fairfax County Police ask that anyone who might have any information, please contact police at 703-691-2131.