Drew Carey Offers $10,000 to Help Find Teens Responsible for Horrible Ice Bucket Challenge Prank

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Comedian Drew Carey is offering to help police find those involved in dumping a bucket of urine and feces on a teen with autism in Ohio who was reportedly told the prank was part of the "Ice Bucket Challenge" to raise funds for charity.

The Cleveland native posted on his Twitter account Saturday that he's willing to donate $10,000 if police in suburban Bay Village want to start a reward fund.

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The 14-year-old boy's mother found a cellphone video of teenagers dumping the bucket on her autistic son.

Bay Village High School organized a vigil for the teen before a football game on Friday and school officials have condemned the prank.

Carey, who starred in the comedy "The Drew Carey Show," hosts the popular game show "The Price is Right."

If the Bay Village PD wants to start a reward fund to find who did this, contact me. I'll donate $10k. http://t.co/ugqeLbu5ob

— Drew Carey (@DrewFromTV) September 6, 2014