Not an immigration law quesiton.
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The passport is the son's property at this time. The USCIS or the Department of State is not the relevant law enforcement agency to contact, however. Your son (you probably do not have standing when your son turns 18) should contact the police (if you want to escalate to that level) but of course try to handle it informally beforehand.