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Updated Report: Search Continues for Missing Seaford Juvenile, Nassau County Police Investigate

The Nassau County Police Department Missing Persons Squad has announced the safe return of a previously missing juvenile from Seaford. Amarri Nelson, 14, originally went missing at 12:50 pm after last being seen leaving his residence. His absence was promptly reported to the authorities that same day at 3:09 pm.

Amarri Nelson is a young African American male described as being 5 feet 11 inches tall, weighing approximately 115 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. His attire at the time he was last seen included grey sweatpants, a black hooded sweatshirt, and white sneakers. He was believed to possibly be heading toward the Riverhead Library.

The Nassau County Police Department had sought the public’s assistance in locating Amarri, urging anyone with relevant information to come forward. The police also provided a contact line for the Missing Persons Squad and assured that callers’ identities would remain confidential.

Thankfully, the report came to a positive conclusion as Detective Anzalone of the Missing Persons Squad confirmed that Amarri Nelson has been found. The details of his disappearance and the circumstances of his return have not been made public. The Nassau County Police Department has not disclosed further information regarding the case at this time. The community, especially those in Seaford, had expressed concern following the teen’s disappearance, and his safe return has been met with relief.

Source: Nassau County Police, NY

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