The United Cajun Navy is leading a search to find teenager Sebastian Rogers, who’s been missing for one month.

Sebastian, 15, hasn’t been seen since Feb. 26, when it’s believed the autistic teen walked away from his Hendersonville home.

“To me, it’s just one big day and it hasn’t ended, it’s not going to end until I have my son back,” Seth Rogers, the boy’s father said.

The United Cajun Navy set up a rallying point at 90 Volunteer Drive in Hendersonville for volunteers to sign up to help search.

”It gives me even more hope that the professionals have arrived, the people that are going to lead this, they are going to find my son and they are going to bring him back to me,” Rogers said.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has said there is nothing that points to foul play in Sebastian’s disappearance, but also nothing that has ruled out foul play.

“If there’s foul play we’ll find out after we get ahold of [Sebastian], we get to talk to him, he’ll tell us what happened we just have to find him first,” Seth said.

Seth, who has been searching daily for his son, has vowed never to give up hope.

For more information about volunteering with the United Cajun Navy, visit their Facebook page.

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