According to Endicott police, Daimon Copp has been located safe and unharmed.


The Endicott Police Department is asking for help in finding a missing teen who is said to be developmentally delayed.

In a post on the agency facebook page, Police say 16-year-old Daimon Copp left his home on Main Street in Endicott at around 4 a.m. July 11 and has not contacted family members.

Endicott Police-provided photo Daimon Copp
Endicott Police-provided photo Daimon Copp

He is white with short hair and was last seen wearing grey sweatpants, a grey tee shirt and a black hooded sweatshirt.

The police provided a photo of the missing teen but have not posted specifics about the the boy’s height, weight or distinguishing markings or piercings.

There are no specifics available concerning any special considerations that may be required associated with Copp’s developmental delay challenges.

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There were no updates early Tuesday, July 12 concerning the missing 16-year-old.

Anyone with information is asked to call Endicott Police at 607-785-3341, option 2 to reach a dispatcher in the Endicott Police Department.

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