Washington state police are searching for a 16-year-old boy who went missing from his home Sunday evening. According to a press release from Spokane County Sheriff’s Deputies, the boy has been identified as Parker G. Lindner.

Authorities said that Lindner was reported missing by his father on March 28. The boy reportedly left their home in the 17300 block of N. Saddle Hill Rd. in the Colbert area and has not returned. He was last seen walking near the intersection of E. Pine Needle Avenue and N. Ranchette Road Saturday afternoon.

Police have raised concernes about the boy's well being as he has a history of health and mental illnesses and takes prescription medications. According to the press release from Spokane County Sheriff’s Department, the boy did not take his medicines with him when he left home on Saturday.

Missing Washington teenager
A 16-year-old with a history of mental illness went missing on March 28 after leaving his home in Spokane, Washington. Spokane County Sheriff's Office

The teenager has been described as a white male, 5’09”, approximately 145 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing black "runner" sweat pants, gray Nike hoodie with a black swoosh, socks, and no shoes. The sheriff's department released the photo of the boy and urged the public to help with any information about the teenager's whereabouts.

It remains unclear why the boy left his home on Saturday.

Authorities asked the public to Crime Check at 509-456-2233 with reference #10039710 for any information about Lindner. A Public Safety Alert was also sent out to an expanded area Sunday afternoon regarding the boy's disappearance.