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Dozens rally to support family of missing Hawaii Kai teen

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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

More than a hundred people attended a gathering at Magic Island Saturday to support the family of a Hawaii Kai teenager who has been missing since Wednesday.

Sixteen year-old Noah Montemayor was last seen Tuesday night at home. His parents said they heard someone leave the house early Wednesday morning, and called police when Noah failed to return home.

The boy's backpack and cell phone were later  from at Makapuu, where a search so far has turned up no other sign of him. Honolulu Police were assisted by crews from the Honolulu Fire Department and the U.S. Coast Guard.

Noah's parents and other family members asked for community members to help in finding him, and wanted to send him a message.

"I just want him to know that whatever it is, that he can always come home, we're just waiting for him, and we love him and he's so special to us, and just come home," said Noah's father, Andrew Montemayor.

"We love him, and -- we want him home," said Michelle Montemayor, Noah's mother.

Dozens of Noah's classmates from Punahou School attended the rally, wearing blue t-shirts.

Noah Montemayor is described as Filipino-Caucasian, five feet nine inches in height and weighing 130 pounds.He has brown eyes and black hair. 

Anyone with information is asked to call Honolulu Police or CrimeStoppers at 955-8300.

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