Cayman Naib: 13-year-old missing from Pennsylvania Found

UPDATE:  5/8/15 – Cayman’s body was found on Sunday William A. Moor III of the Newtown Township Police Department told CNN.
A K-9 found his body about 500 feet from his home and there were no obvious signs of trauma to the body.  He was under the snow and lying in a sleeping position.  Later it was found there was a self-inflicted gun shot wound to his head and a gun was missing from his home. 
At this point, no one knows if he slipped and fell or what exactly happened. 

Original story:  Cayman Naib, 13, from Newtown Square, Penn. who walked out of his home at 6:30 p.m. and did not return.  He left behind his cell phone and wallet.    His parents believe the teen left after receiving an email from school about overdue homework 

There were possible sightings of him near Devon Prep. 

“Cayman if you read this, everything is forgiven, you can exercise your “free pass”.  We love you and really want you to come home, you are not in trouble,” his parents wrote on Facebook.

His friends say they have not seen him.

Episcopal Academy is being used as a command center with a professional search team. “We ask anyone that wants to volunteer (adults only) to come to the EA lower school auditorium, 1785 Bishop White way just off St David’s Rd and 252.”

Cayman is 5’7″ tall, 110 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.  He was wearing a gray down winter jacket, black ski pants and hiking boots.

If you see him, please call the Newton Police at 610-356-0602. 

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.