Brooklyn, NY - Missing BP Boy Found
Last updated on: June 15, 2015 11:41 PM
Brooklyn, NY - Members of Shomrim and the NYPD are heaving collective sighs of relief tonight as the search for an eight year old boy has come to an end, with the missing child located safe and sound in the heart of Borough Park.
Avrum Menachem Klein had last been seen in the area of 18th Avenue and 56th Street at 6 PM this evening, wearing a navy checkered shirt and dark pants. A flyer put out by Shomrim carried a picture of Klein, son of the Ungvarer Rebbe.
“Thankfully he has been found and is perfectly fine,” Assemblyman Dov Hikind told VIN News. Hikind said that the search involved both Shomrim and members of the 66th precinct, who were reviewing surveillance footage in the area where Klein disappeared in the hopes of tracking down the missing boy.
The search spanned several hours with Klein found safely just after 11 PM tonight.
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