Mother of missing teen believes more can be done to find him and appeals to police to look into his indifferent friends

The mother of missing teenager Kevin Millett wants the Police to turn their attention to his friends, who, she believes, know more about what has happened to him than they are letting on.

The 18-year-old Grays Farm youth has not been seen or heard from since last Friday, March 17, after the rental vehicle he was driving was found burnt out in the Potworks Dam area.

Making an appeal on State media for information that could lead to finding her son, Chenezza Toulon says not even his friends seem interested in knowing his whereabouts.

The desperate mother – who says she has been unable to eat or sleep – believes that more can be done by the authorities. Accordingly, she is calling for a multi-agency effort to help bring the youth home.

Toulon reportedly led a search party in the Yeptons area, on Wednesday, March 22, as she continued the quest to find her son.  The group was made up of private citizens only, and no law-enforcement official took part.

In that location, the searchers allegedly found the bumper of the vehicle that the missing youth had been driving.

According to a Facebook post, the reward offered for information leading to Millett’s whereabouts seems to have increased from $5,000 to $20,000.

Friday, March 24, will be exactly one week since the teenager disappeared, and his family still has no solid clues about what might have happened to him.

The Police continue to investigate the matter, and anyone with information on Millett’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) at 462-3913 or the nearest police station.