The Neptune Township Police Department issued a plea for assistance in finding a missing juvenile.  Here's what we know.

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According to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, 6 children have gone missing in 2021.  This is far too many.  Detective Carrie Bartlett from the Neptune Township Police Department is on the case for this one.

Police share that they're searching for a 15-year-old, Kaadeen Grant.  They have been missing since this past weekend.  Her family reported the disappearance.  While police are not sure about her whereabouts or destination, they do report that he has ties to both Toms River, New Jersey, and New York City.  Let's help them find Kaadeen.  If you know anything or see anything, please call 732-988-8000 extension 415 and speak to Detective Bartlett or speak to the NTPD Shift Commander using extension 432.  You can also use this link to report a tip.

Missing Juvenile: Public Assistance Requested

The Neptune Township Police Department is seeking public assistance to...

Posted by Neptune Township Police Department on Monday, April 26, 2021

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