A 19-year-old Levittown resident has been reported missing to police.
Chris King was last seen on Thursday, Feb. 21, in Bensalem, according to Middletown police.
King, who was a 2012 graduate of Neshaminy High School, is six feet tall, weighs 175 pounds and has brown hair and eyes, police said.
On Monday, King's mother, Jan King issued the following statement:
No words can every express our gratitude to all of you who are helping locate our son. Each day is agonizing. We will lean on everyones prayers and hope that he finds his way home. Please continue to share and look. God Bless Jan King
The missing teen's mother is a physical education teacher at Neshaminy High School, according to Levittown Patch.
Middletown Township police officials confirmed to Levittown Patch on Sunday that King was reported missing, but didn't offer more information at that time.
A post about King's disappearance on the Carl Sandburg Middle School Facebook page has been shared more than 5,816 times by users.
As for now, Bensalem Police are not assisting the Middletown Police Department in the search, as they have not been contacted, according to Bensalem's Sgt. Andrew Aninsman.
Anyone with information on King's whereabouts is asked to call Middletown Township police at 215-750-3845, or the school district at 215-809-6220.