DETROIT -

Detroit police say the FBI will question a 12-year-old Detroit boy who was missing for more than a week before police found him in his own basement.

Police said in a statement Monday that the FBI "scheduled a forensic interview" Tuesday with Charlie Bothuell V.

Police say that "based on the outcome of the interview," they may submit a report to the Wayne County prosecutor's office "as early as Wednesday afternoon."

Officers found Charlie last Wednesday behind boxes in the bowels of the multiple-unit condo building where he lived with father Charlie Bothuell IV and stepmother Monique Dillard-Bothuell.

Police say the boy's with relatives, and his father and stepmother have supervised visitation.

Charlie's father reported him missing June 14.

Dillard-Bothuell was arrested Thursday for violating probation in a firearms case.

Read: Timeline of the Charlie Bothuell disapperance