The father of a missing 12-year-old Detroit boy has volunteered to take a public lie detector test, after reports that the results of a test he took for the FBI were inconclusive.

Detroit police are still searching for 12-year-old Charlie Bothuell V who has not been seen since Monday, June 14.

His father, Charles Bothuell IV, confirmed to FOX 2 that he took an FBI-administered lie detector test, but denied that the results were inconclusive, as other media outlets have reported.

"I'm making a standing offer to the media: You guys provide a lie-detector test, you can make it public; I'll be there to take it," Bothuell IV said Wednesday.

A Detroit police task force with six cadaver dogs fanned out at the Martin Luther King Apartments at Lafayette and Chene streets in Detroit going door to door looking for any sign of the boy Tuesday.

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