Port Clinton teenager found dead in neighboring house

Port Clinton Police Department shows Harley Dilly 14 who has been missing since Dec. 20 2019 in Port Clinton Ohio

Port Clinton Police Department shows Harley Dilly 14 who has been missing since Dec. 20 2019 in Port Clinton Ohio

After being missing for 25 days, the 14-year-old boy's remains were found early Tuesday by police, who tore out part of a fireplace to recover his body after finding his coat and glasses nearby. "Since there is a lockbox and anyone can go in and out of the house, we went inside to check the house", said Hickman.

'At this time, there does not appear to be any foul play expected, ' the police chief continued.

© WKYC Harley Dilly's body was found trapped in a chimney of an occupied home in Ohio.

The abandoned home that Dilly's body was located in was across the street from his home. His maroon puffy coat and glasses, which he was wearing when he was last seen, were found on the floor near the chimney's flue in a fireplace on the second floor.

"The chimney is between the second and third floors and is 9 by 13 inches", said Hickman.

"We had no reason to believe anyone was in the house", he added.

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"We are deeply saddened by the news regarding Harley Dilly". This time they entered the house at 507 Fulton St. and made the tragic discovery. His family was notified early this morning, and this appears to be an accident'.

The police chief described the dwelling as a "summer home" that was being remodeled.

An autopsy will be performed on Tuesday, but there is no evidence of foul play, according to Hickman. Police said that Harley Dilly climbed onto the roof of the house, which was around the corner from his Port Clinton home, and tried to enter through the chimney.

Authorities said 14-year-old Harley Dilly's death is now being considered an accident and they have found no signs of foul play.

"R.I.H. Harley Dilly and fly high, confirmed by the PD both out there and here in my town" she wrote with seven emojis of a crying face.

No foul play is suspected in the disappearance of an OH teen who was last seen on December 20.

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