PORT CLINTON, Ohio (WJW ) -- An entire community is mourning the loss of 14-year-old Harley Dilly.
On Tuesday, police confirmed the body of the missing teen was found Monday in a house in Port Clinton. No foul play is expected. "This appears to be an accident," Port Clinton Police Chief Robert J. Hickman said during a press conference. He said Harley's body was discovered caught in the home's chimney.
Police and members of the community conducted searches for the teen.
After the heartbreaking news of Harley's death, the pastor of Erie Shores Assembly of God in Port Clinton said church doors will be open Tuesday beginning at 5 p.m. "for everyone and anyone – community members, leaders, first responders – to mourn and grieve this awful tragic news."
Pastor Harry Hunt said members of Response Team Ohio -- a crisis intervention team -- will be at the church and available.
"It is our prayer that our community unites in this very difficult and trying time," the pastor said.