YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Friday marks the fifth day that Yorktown police have been actively searching for missing Mohegan Lake teen Kyle Jabusch.
Jabusch, 18, was last see at his parent's home around 1 a.m. Monday. His parents awoke Monday and at 7:30 a.m. found a note from Jabusch saying he was never coming home.
Since Monday, police have spoken to his friends and acquaintances, checked out places he frequented and county police dogs have searched parks where Jabusch visited occasionally as a runner.
Flyers have been posted in town and Facebook groups have launched all with the intention of finding the Yorktown High School graduate.
As of Friday afternoon, Lt. Robert Noble said there was still no word from Jabusch.
"The lead detective spoke with his parents yesterday, but other than that there are no updates," Noble said. He added that Jabuschs parents had been both "very cooperative and very concerned."
Police issued the alert Monday, noting that they believed Jabusch's safety may be in danger since he left without any notice or money. They are still unsure of how he left his home, as no family cars are missing.
Noble said Wednesday that the police were aware that Jabusch had left home without notice once before but he had returned.
Police are urging anyone with information to call 914-962-4141.
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