Reward for Missing Teacher Nears $10K

The reward for a missing Pennsylvania teacher nears $10,000 as friends, family and law enforcement continue their search for the missing 40-year-old.

A GoFundMe page was set up just a few days ago to raise money for a reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Christopher Tully who went missing after jumping out of his parents car on along the City Ave. Bridge near East Falls on Jan. 6.

He was last seen running south on City Avenue towards the Schuylkill Expressway. He was wearing a black coat and jeans, according to his family.

Tully, an award-winning teacher at the Middle Bucks Institute of Technology and father of three, suffered from depression and was on his way to treatment when he ran away, said his loved ones.

"Even though he's 40, he's still my baby and I want him to come home," said his mother Mary Tully.

In four days, the fundraiser page set up by the missing man's brother, Eddie Tully, has accumulated nearly $10,000.

"I would like to thank everyone for the huge outpouring of support. So many of you are willing to help, and it means so much to us." said Eddie Tully.

The family is asking that anyone that spots Chris call police rather than approach him.

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