Family of Missing Byron Teen Offer Reward

Updated: 03/18/2014 11:11 PM
Created: 03/18/2014 7:06 PM
By: Brianna Long

(ABC 6 News) -- The family of missing Byron teenager Noah Graddy is now offering a reward for his return. And now, the family is speaking out about his disappearance.

Noah Graddy is 15 years old, and he's been missing for almost two months. His family says they first thought he ran away, and would be back in a couple of days. But as time goes on, they can't help but think the worst.

Noah's mom Susan, and his sister Savannah have gotten some donations, and came up with a $1,000 reward for anyone with information that can lead to the return of Noah.

They say they're also working with police, a private investigator, and the whole community to try and bring Noah home.

"We just want to know he's ok. And there's a lot of people that want to know he's ok. Thousands of people that we work with. There's people every day you see everywhere in Rochester and in Byron that they're just like 'anything?' and you're like no and I just wish I didn't have to say that anymore to everyone. That we could just say it's a happy ending and he's home," said Susan.

Noah has run away from home before, but only for one night and he stayed at a friends house. His family says something like this is certainly out of the ordinary for Noah.