State Police Seeking 2 Missing Children From New Brunswick

NEW BRUNSWICK – The New Jersey State Police are asking for the public’s help in locating two missing children from New Brunswick.

Francisco Perera 10, was last seen by his mother at their residence on the 200 block of Somerset Street in New Brunswick at approximately 6 p.m. on Sunday. He is four feet tall, 135 lbs. and was wearing a white t-shirt, blue/white striped shorts, and sandals without socks. He has scars on both his knees. Prior to leaving his residence, he told his mother that he was going to the park on Harvey Street a few blocks away.

The second missing juvenile is a friend of Francisco Perera. His name is Devine Nicholas. He is a 11-year-old, 4-feet, 2 inches tall, 85 lbs. and was also reported missing by his mother on Sunday evening. Devine was wearing black “Croc” shoes and usually has a Spiderman push scooter in his possession. Devine has a medical condition that requires medication. Devine lives on the unit block of Mine Street.

Since both juveniles are friends, they may be together, police said.

If you have seen these children or have information regarding their whereabouts, contact the NJSP Missing Persons Unit at 1-609-882-2000 x2554 or the New Brunswick Police Department at 1-732-745-5200.

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1 comment for “State Police Seeking 2 Missing Children From New Brunswick

  1. nana burku
    August 8, 2012 at 12:26 am

    In the end another tragedy because children have no place to cool off in New Brunswick, nor any opportunity to be taught to swim. Shame on New Brunswick for its neglect of its children.

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