CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The search for Harley Dilly has now lasted two weeks.
Port Clinton police announced on Friday that the reward for information leading to the 14-year-old Port Clinton boy’s location has increased again.
Following a $500 donation on Friday morning, the reward now stands at $9,825.
Port Clinton Police Chief Rob Hickman reiterated in a daily update on Friday that Dilly’s parents have fully cooperated with the investigation.
“The Dilly’s entire life has been and continues to be scrutinized on social media, their ONLY concern right now is that HARLEY is returned to them safely,” the sheriff wrote on Facebook.
The search for Dilly started when his disappearance was reported on Dec. 20.
At least 17 state, local, and federal law enforcement agencies have assisted in the search for Dilly.
Hickman said tips have come in from across the country, but none of them have led to the boy’s discovery.