Indianapolis police said Friday morning that a 15-year-old boy from Afghanistan who has been missing since Thursday night was homesick and likely ran away.
Authorities have been in contact with the U.S. State Department and the FBI as the search for Mohammed Karim Azizi, 15, continues.
Azizi, an exchange student who was staying with a host family in Forest, Ohio, was with a group of FFA students from his exchange school, Riverdale High School, visiting Indianapolis for the National FFA Convention.
So let's see a show of hands.
At face value and on the surface, who believes this story?
A 15 year old exchange student vanishes into thin air, and the best theory the authorities can come up with is he was homesick and ran away. How easy is it for a boy named Mohammed Karim Azizi to board a flight from Indianapolis en route to Kabul, without someone noticing?
To the police investigating this case, let's put on our thinking caps for a minute. Kids this age are prime candidates for becoming suicide bombers. I wonder if this guy didn't have this little disappearance planned and is now inside a Muslim terror cell somewhere here in the U.S.
Here's another brainstorm idea worthy of some thought and consideration. There is a mosque in Plainfield Indiana, just outside Indy. It's the one that houses the ISNA.
Maybe they could start their search there.