UPDATE: Police identified a man charged with Rogers' homicide on Dec. 2. Read the latest here.
PALM BEACH GARDENS — City police said Monday that they are working with federal and local law-enforcement agencies to identify possible suspects in the death of Ryan Rogers.
The 14-year-old was found dead along Central Boulevard near Interstate 95 this month, a day after he was reported missing. That week, Palm Beach Gardens police called his death a homicide and have been working to identify suspects since.
On Monday afternoon, Palm Beach Gardens police said in a news release that they are working with "our federal and local law enforcement partners" to follow up on leads.
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They appealed again for witnesses who were in the area of Central between PGA Boulevard and Donald Ross Road during the evening of Monday, Nov. 15, between 6:30 and 9 p.m.
In their statement, police also addressed multiple reports of a man in dark clothing and a ski mask that have been circulating on social media.
Police said they investigated the reports, which all dealt with a man approaching children around Palm Beach Gardens, and that they are not related to the Ryan Rogers homicide.
"We would strongly encourage our residents not to confront any suspicious persons and promptly report them to 561-799-4445 or 911," the statement said.
Last week police announced an $8,000 reward for any tips that could help identify any suspects and said they were increasing patrols in the area.
Rogers lived in the Alton community on Donald Ross just east of Interstate 95. Police say he rode his bicycle away from his home about 6:30 that night.
He was a freshman at William T. Dwyer High School in Palm Beach Gardens and was an avid soccer player.
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