Tiffin police are looking for an autistic 18-year-old male who was reported missing from his residence Sunday afternoon.
Sgt. Joseph Feld of the Tiffin Police Department said Shiloh J. Robinson was reported missing from his 1600-block West Market Street residence by his mother around 4 p.m.
Jennifer Duffey, Robinson's mother, said Robinson left her residence around 2:15 p.m. after the two had a disagreement.
This family photo shows Shiloh J. Robinson, who has been missing since Sunday afternoon.
Duffey said Robinson, who has high-functioning autism, requires anti-psychotic medication and has not had it since he left the residence.
Duffey said Robinson, who is about 5 feet 8 inches tall, was last seen wearing an Ohio State University T-shirt, jeans and flip-flops. He is a student at North Central Academy, she said.
Duffey said Robinson was seen Sunday by her father's friend in Grand Rapids, but after traveling there in search of him, Duffey still has not been able to locate her son.
"I just want to bring him home," Duffey said Monday.
Duffey said Robinson is in the statewide and nationwide database for missing people and she urged anyone who has seen him to call police.
Feld said anyone with knowledge of Robinson's whereabouts should call Tiffin police at (419) 447-2323.