17-Year-Old Missing For 7 Weeks Shows Up In Random Live Stream

17-Year-Old Missing For 7 Weeks Shows Up In Random Live Stream

In a surprising turn of events, Troy Coleman, a 17-year-old who had been missing for nearly seven weeks, was spotted on a Twitch livestream hosted by popular streamer FaZe Lacy. Coleman, from Mt. Morris Township, Michigan, had disappeared on May 17, and with no leads, his family feared the worst. However, during a livestream in Miami, a shirtless young man in bright green shorts appeared and interacted with Lacy and his friend Clix, leaving viewers and the streamers initially unaware of the significance.

The realization came when Lacy received an email from Trent Coleman, claiming that the young man in the stream was his missing brother, Troy. Trent explained that Troy, who is schizophrenic and not on drugs, had been missing for three months and was considered a homicide case in Michigan. Trent’s message included heartfelt pleas for help in locating his brother.

Lacy shared a still image from the livestream and the email on social media, hoping to aid in the search. He highlighted the power of the internet in reuniting families and expressed hope that publicizing the encounter would help bring Troy home. Troy’s father, Weston Coleman, had previously appealed for public assistance, noting that Troy suffers from mental health issues requiring medication.

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Troy Coleman was last seen wearing a black hoodie, grey sweatpants, and white slide-on shoes. Standing at about 6′ 4″ and weighing between 165 to 180 pounds, he has blue eyes and brown hair. Anyone with information is urged to contact the Flint Township Police Department at 810-600-3250.

This unexpected sighting on a livestream underscores the unpredictable yet powerful nature of social media in connecting and assisting people in critical situations. The Coleman family’s hope has been reignited, demonstrating how technology can bridge gaps and provide crucial support in times of need.