The mother of Andrew Parker, 16, a New York City boy who has been missing since late last year, says she is desperate for information about her son's whereabouts.
"I want to hear his voice," Suzanne Parker told The Huffington Post. "I love him. I want him to come home,"
"His grandma is in the hospital," she added. "His little brother wants him home, and his puppy wants him home."
Andrew Parker was last seen at his home on Canterbury Avenue on New York City's Staten Island on the night of Nov. 1. He got into an argument with his mother just prior to his disappearance.
"We had an argument over a cellphone," Suzanne Parker said.
According to Parker, her son suffers from oppositional defiant disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Andrew Parker is 6 feet tall and weighs 190 pounds. He was last seen wearing dark sweatpants and a hoodie. He was carrying a black and gray Northface backpack and a black and gray Northface jacket.
Anyone with information about Parker's whereabouts is asked to call the New York Police Department's 120th Precinct at 718-876-8500, ext. 2, or Crime Stoppers at 800-577-8477.
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