ROCHESTER — A family's desperate search for a missing teen with autism continues.

Rochester police are looking for 14-year-old Trevyan Rowe.

He has not been seen since he got off the bus Thursday morning, near School Number 12 on South Avenue.

Trevyon got off the school bus around 7 a.m. but he never went inside. 

His family tells the Daily Messenger's news partner News 10NBC he was upset about a missing cell phone and was likely trying to walk-off his frustration when he got lost. 

At just after 5 p.m. on Thursday, a male called 911 and said he was lost in the graveyard.  The family says it's possible Trevyon has his brother's cell phone in his pocket and that call came from him, that's why much of the search Friday centered around Mt. Hope Cemetery. 

Volunteers with Autism Up immediately are joining the search to find Trayvon Rowe, speaking directly with his mom to figure out where he may be.

The Rochester Police Department is saying evidence gathered throughout this investigation suggests they look for the 14-year-old in wooded areas, including Highland Park and Mt. Hope Cemetery.

The family asks if you see Treyvon to not ask if he's in trouble or needs help, but to say his mom is looking for him and you can bring him to her then call 911.

Rowe was last seen wearing a brown hoodie, dark pants, and red shoes.