Geoffrey Antibagos: Autistic Teen missing from La Mesa Found

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UPDATE:  Geoffrey has been found at the same Trolley Station he was last seen at.  His mother said that Geoffrey has a high-functioning form of autism, and recently started taking the trolley alone.

Geoffrey said when his mother was late to pick him up from the trolley station, he got back on the trolley to look for her, taking the same route he took with his mother the day before.

“He was trying to find me, and he rode the trolley all night looking for me,” Camacho said.

He rode the trolley nearly down to the San Ysidro border crossing and several other trolley stops.

At night, he found shelter under a car wash and slept there until the morning.

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Geoffrey William Antibagos, 14 was last seen at the Amaya Drive Trolley Station in La Mesa around 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday by trolley security officers.

He has not been seen since then.

Geoffrey is regarded as risk because he has autism.

According to the San Diego Trolley the Amaya Drive station is served by the Green Line and the Orange Line. It is mainly a park and ride stop for the surrounding community. The next station north is El Cajon Transit Center and the next station south is Grossmont Transit Center.

Geoffrey is 5’&’ tall, 110 pounds with brown air and brown eyes.  He was wearing a gray Grossmont High School t-shirt with the words, “Grossmont HS” on the front and blue jeans. 

Please call the San Diego Sheriff’s Dept. if you see him.

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