Last Updated on: 19th March 2023, 01:21 pm
The Suffolk Area Police Office has announced that the NYPD in the Bronx tracked down the missing 12-year-old kid from Farmingville, Mertcan Cakmak, no problem at all.
Luckily, Cakmak was seen as healthy, and his family can now inhale a moan of help.
The Suffolk Area Police Division has detailed that the NYPD in the Bronx tracked down the missing 12-year-old kid from Farmingville, Mertcan Cakmak, completely safe.
Cakmak had disappeared on Sunday, Walk 12, subsequent to leaving his home on his bike. The police had requested the public’s assistance in finding him, and specialists had even posted his image via virtual entertainment. Luckily, Cakmak was viewed as healthy, and his family can now inhale a murmur of help.
As per the police, Cakmak had been in the Bronx this while, and it isn’t yet clear the way that he wound up there.
The Suffolk Province Police Division had sent off a pursuit activity, and NYPD officials helped them in tracking down the young person.
Mertcan Cakmak, 12, left his home, located on Waverly Ave. in #Farmingville, #NewYork on a bicycle sometime overnight on 3/13/23 and is possibly attempting to go to the #Bronx. He was reported #missing by a family member at approximately 5:45 a.m. #LongIsland #MissingMonday pic.twitter.com/adOlfA21Yh
— JusticeForGabbs (@GabbsJustice) March 14, 2023
Cakmak is depicted as a white male, 5 feet 5 inches tall and gauging around 150 pounds, with earthy colored eyes and hair.
He had gone out wearing worn out pants and a hooded hoodie in a dim variety and had a scar over his eye and supports.
The specialists have not yet revealed any further insights concerning Cakmak’s vanishing or the way that he wound up in the Bronx.
In any case, the way that he was found protected and safe is a help to his family and the local area.
The specialists have praised the joint endeavors of the Suffolk and NYPD officials in rapidly finding the missing youngster.
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