Imperial police and other law enforcement agencies continue to search for 14 year old David Yglesias of imperial.
It would have been his first day of high school Monday.
“David has always been a very quiet young man and very bright young man. We just can't think of any reason why he would do this,” says Lisa Tabarez, Superintendent of the Imperial Unified School District.
Yglesias left his home between the hours of Friday night and Saturday morning and it's believed he took a rifle with him but before leaving left a note for his parents.
“He did leave some information that he may have the thoughts of hurting himself,” says Tabarez.
Police aren't revealing if there has been a recent incident that may have traumatized Yglesias.
They say those that know him say he is a good person and would be the kind of teenager that any parent would want to have as a son.
“All indications that we have show that he did leave on his own and that he was by himself as far as we know.”
Police have interviewed family and friends and they say they have not talked to Yglesias since he has been missing.
If you have any information regarding this case please call the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678.
If you see him do not approach him; instead, call 9-1-1.