Fort Mill family reports teen on autism spectrum missing since Friday

FORT MILL — A search is on for a missing teen on the autism spectrum, according to Fort Mill police.

David Morrison, 16, was reported missing after leaving home Jan. 18 and not returning, a press release from the FMPD states. The teen, described in the release as “a high-functioning autistic,” was reportedly seen at the Waffle House on Regent Parkway in the Regent Park area and at Nation Ford High School on Saturday and at the Carolina Place Mall in Pineville, N.C., on Sunday.

Morrison is 5-feet, 7-inches tall, weighs 135 pounds, has short, dirty blond hair and hazel eyes, according to the release. Police say when Morrison left home he was wearing a blue, green, and white long-sleeved shirt with an Earth emblem on the front, blue jeans and black basketball shoes.

Police ask anyone with information to call 803- 547-2022.

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