Timothy Penzen: Kentucky teenager says he was kidnapped 7 years ago
Three days later, the mother's body was found in a hotel room in Rockford, Illinois. She died of suicide, leaving behind her a note saying her son is with people who love him.
"You'll never find it," the note says.
The police and the FBI are investigating whether a teenager who is in Kentucky on Wednesday is Timothy. Sharon Hall, who lives in a neighborhood in Newport, where he was found, told CNN that she had noticed a "casual" boy near a car. The neighbor's daughter called the police after the boy told them he had fled two hours and his stomach was hurt.
The boy presented himself to the police as Timothy Pijen, 14. He said he had escaped two men who had been held captive for seven years, and recently in the nearby Cherven Roof Hotel, according to a police report.
Although he was not sure about the location of the hotel, the authorities said the boy had fled and "continued to work until he crossed a bridge in Kentucky, according to a police report
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Last seen in Wisconsin
 Police in the area checked all nearby hotels at the Red Roof Inn hotel and did not find anything, according to the report.
The teenager describes his kidnappers as two men of a "bodybuilder type building." One of them had a cobweb tattoo on his neck and the other had a snake tattoo on his hands. "(19659006) Men were driving a Ford SUV with Wisconsin plates, according to the police. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children says the boy was last seen in a Wisconsin water park.