Woodson students, their parents, friends and football players gathered at the high school stadium after Saturday's homecoming win to pray for Bryan Glenn's safe return.
Family and friends pleaded with the crowd to come forward if they knew anything about Bryan's whereabouts or what happened to him the Monday morning he disappeared.
"Most likely someone in your age group knows where he is," said Julia Ross, a SAT prep/college coach who worked with Bryan and his brother up to three times a week for a past few months. "We need you to tell. There won't be any punishment. When this is all over and Bryan's home we're going to have a big party."
The Woodson senior was last seen dropping his younger brother Marty off at Woodson High School at around 7 a.m. Monday. An hour later, he was spotted at the Dunkin Donuts on Fairfax Boulevard. Glenn didn't go to classes or attend football practice. Police found the car Bryan was driving abandoned at Thaiss Park at 3 a.m. on Tuesday.
, described the clothes Bryan wore the last day he was seen — navy blue hooded sweartshirt with a soccer logo, dark blue jeans, black Vans shoes, Jansport backpack. He thanked everyone for their support and expressed his shock at the power of getting the word out through social media.
"Somebody's looking out for us today. The sky's blue. The clouds are white. It's going to be a good day," Mike said. "I want to change Marty's Facebook page from Find Bryan to Found Bryan."
The vigil crowd held up individual Airhead gummies as a symbolic way to hasten Bryan's trip home. Ross explained that after every lesson at her college preparation course, Bryan would ask for an Airhead for the ride home.
"Now we all have one Airhead for his road home," Ross said.
Want to get involved?
Print out a copy of Bryan's flier and pass it out.
Use #findbryan in your Tweets.
But most importantly, call police if you have any information about Bryan's disappearance. Call Crime Solvers 1-866-411-TIPS/8477, e-mail at www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637. You can also call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.
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