NOKESVILLE, Va. - Police are asking for help in their search for a teen from Prince William County who has been missing for over three weeks.
Officers say 16-year-old Palmer Curtis Marsh was last seen leaving his home on Burwell Road in Nokesville on May 2 following a disagreement with a parent.
Investigators say searches have not led them to Marsh and are now asking residents to check their property for any signs of the teen.
Marsh is described as a Hispanic male, 5-feet-4-inches tall and weighs 135 pounds. He has brown hair, brown eyes, and has a scar on forehead.
Anyone with info is asked to call police at 703-792-6500.
UPDATE 5-22-18 #MISSING #JUVENILE: #Nokesville | Palmer Curtis Marsh, age 16, Hispanic male, 5'4". 135lbs with brown hair, brown eyes, & scar on forehead. Last seen leaving residence on Burwell Rd in Nokesville on May 2. Call police if you have seen this #MissingTeen. More info; pic.twitter.com/ruuMF91Lku— Prince William PD (@PWCPolice) May 22, 2018