Joshua Collins missing from New York FOUND


Joshua Collins

Missing Person New York Joshua Collins

UPDATE Joshua Collins has been found safe on January 16, and the AWARE Foundation reports, “We just received word that the police have Joshua and the family is waiting to be reunited with him. Thank you for helping us and as always thank you for your support.”

Joshua Collins, 13, is missing from Levittown, New York and he was last seen leaving his home around 1 a.m. on Monday, January 8, 2018.

An update by his uncle, Chris Gables states that Joshua was in Orange County around 6 p.m. on Monday, per a tip they received.  Orange County is a distance from Levittown, which concerns the family someone may have been driving him around.   Joshua had been there, but the family believes that “it was just a stop enroute to a different location.”

Chris posted, “On behalf of myself and my family I can’t thank all of you who have shared ,are praying and keeping an eye out for my nephew. We will find him and when we do I’ll let all of you know. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart.”

Joshua Collins is described as  5’3″ tall and 115 pounds.  He left with a back back and was wearing a one piece blue pajamas with white and black jacket.  He has a cell phone but it has been off all day.

Joshua Collins
Joshua Collins

The Nassau Police Department is asking anyone with information about his whereabouts to call the Missing Persons Squad at 516-573-7347 or call 911.

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