Missing 15-year-old boy from new Jersey – maybe he went to new York

Пропал 15-летний мальчик из Нью-Джерси – возможно, он отправился в Нью-Йорк 

Missing 15-year-old boy from new Jersey – maybe he went to new York

Author: Kirill Lukashov

Fifteen-year-old boy. Photo: Thomas Kolding

New York new Jersey missing persons

The police asks to help to find a fifteen-year resident of new Jersey Thomas Kolding, who has gone missing. This is stated on the official website of the Police of the state of new Jersey Facbook.

Authorities Seeking Public Assistance in Locating Missing 15 Year OldThe New Jersey State Police Missing Persons Unit,…

Posted by New Jersey State Police on Friday, November 2, 2018

30 Oct Thomas was last seen at her home. Police believe that the young man was traveling by train from Danville in Newark to the station broad street.

There Kolding could head to new York to the station of the Pen. The position of the boy is unknown at this time, however, analyzing the record of Thomas on social networks, detectives believe that he may plan a trip by train to California.

Signs of the missing boy: height 160 cm, weight 54,5 kg, dark brown hair, brown eyes. When Thomas was last seen, was dressed in a camouflage jacket, he was wearing a gray winter cap, was carrying a large black backpack.

To himself, Thomas Kolding has probably the money. Before leaving home, he had accumulated about $ 1,000 of his own savings, doing mowing lawns in the summer and in the winter clearing snow. The boy also left a note which said that he doesn’t want to be looking for.

The boy’s father Nikolai Kolding said that before Thomas ran away from home they have a son arose because of grades in school. “The argument about grades perhaps was the trigger. Well, actually I was trying to motivate his son to fulfill his own potential, “says senior Kolding.

If you have a pleasure information on the whereabouts of the child, please notify the police Department of the city of mountain lakes (Mountain Lakes, NJ) by phone 973-334-1413 or the Prosecutor’s office Morris County Department of missing persons, phone 973-285-2900. You can also send the information by e-mail latterbury@co.morris.nj.us

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