The search for a missing Aurora boy will most likely continue after Memorial Day, police said Thursday.
Timmothy Pitzen, 6, has been missing since mid-May after his mother, Amy J. Fry-Pitzen was found in a Rockford hotel room after commiting suicide.
Fry-Pitzen had left a note saying that Timothy was fine and in the care of someone, but did not say who.
Video was recently released that showed the mother and son checking out of the Kalahari resort in Wisconsin Dells on May 13, the day before Fry-Pitzen was found.
Aurora police spokesman Dan Farrelli said law enforcement officers are dedicating numerous resources.
"We are continuing to process computers, cell phone, financial records, etc., pursuing every lead that comes in, talking with friends, family, and others that may have had contact with the mother over the past several months, and doing work with dozens of law enforcement agencies in our exhaustive attempts to locate the boy," he said. "Because these physical searches take a large amount of manpower from numerous law enforcement agencies, they take time to plan and execute so that resources are maximized. "
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