Two Monmouth County teens reported missing last week out of Eatontown and Middletown with a link to Eatontown have both been found.

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Middletown Township Police said on Facebook that 15-year old Sammie Boynton III has returned home and is reunited with his family.

"We thank everyone for their assistance."

15-year old Sammie Boynton III of Middletown. (Courtesy of Middletown Township Police Department)

Eatontown Police said on Facebook that 16-year old Joe'Ziah Ashe has also been located.

16-year old Joe'Ziah Ashe of Eatontown. (Eatontown Police Department)

No further details from either department has been provided but both are back home and with their families.

Both had gone missing last Tuesday, in separate and unrelated cases, sparking a search for both teens into the weekend.

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