Caleb Jacoby: Missing teen from Brookline Found

UPDATE 1/9/13 –  Caleb Jacoby has been found in  Times Square in New York and is safe, the Brookline Police announced via Twitter on Thursday night. 

“Caleb Jacoby has been found. Safe and well.” The police said more information will follow as details become available.

The search continues on Wednesday for the son of a newspaper columnist who went missing from the Boston area.

Caleb Jacoby, who lives in Brookline, Mass. is an 11th grader at Maimonides School and he has been missing since Monday afternoon.

Jeff Jacoby, a columnist for the Jewish Boston Globe has organized a search in the

“We are so deeply grateful for everything being done to reunite us with our beloved son Caleb,” posted Jacoby on Wednesday.

Jacob is known to frequent public libraries and Young Israel of Brookline on Green Street.  He was last seen wearing navy chino pants, a navy polo shirt and a brown  jacket with a hood and brown shoes. 

If you have any information to the whereabouts of Caleb, please contact the Brookline Police Department at 617-730-2222.

Boston area and has posted Twitter messages that his son is missing that has been retreated over the last 24 hours. Caleb’s father writes on Jewish and Israel issues in his column.  For many years, near his oldest son’s birthday, Jacoby wrote a special column called “Letters to Caleb.”

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.

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