Family of Avonte Oquendo hopeful in safe return of missing autistic boy

The reward for his safe return is currently at $95,000

The reward for his safe return is currently at $95,000 (11/1/13)

BROOKLYN - The search continues today for 14-year-old Avonte Oquendo.

The autistic teen, who has been missing for four weeks, was last seen on camera walking out of his Long Island City School on Oct. 14.

Oquendo's father says his family appreciates all of the community support and remains hopeful his son will return safely.

The reward for his safe return is currently at $95,000.

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