Vigil planned in Naperville for missing teen

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The parents of a missing teenager who graduated from Naperville Central High School are planning a vigil for him on Monday.

19-year-old Bryce Laspisa has been missing in California since August 30th.

According to the Daily Herald, his parents will hold a vigil for him at at 8 p.m. Monday at Frontier Park behind Neuqua Valley High School at 3880 Cedar Glade Drive.

That’s right behind Neuqua Valley High School in Naperville.

Attendees are asked to wear orange or white in honor of the redheaded 19-year-old.

Two other vigils will coincide with the one in Naperville, including an event they are hosting in Castaic Lake, Where Laspisa was last seen.

Police searches in that area have not found Laspisa, and a burned body found a few miles from the teen’s car was determined not to be him.

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