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A police helicopter hovers over Ozone Park last Friday morning during the search for Griffin Dreger, a 13-year-old Lindenwood boy who went missing from his home and was first thought to have been kidnapped.
A 13-year-old boy disappeared from outside his home in Lindenwood around dawn Friday morning leading to an intensive search and fears that he may have been kidnapped.
But those fears were alleviated when the teen was found safe a few miles away at the Jamaica Long Island Rail Road station about eight hours later.
Police now say that they have found the teenage boy that went missing from outside his Lindenwood home Friday morning safe and unharmed at the Jamaica Long Island Rail Road station.
Griffin Dreger, 13, went missing, and may have been kidnaped, this morning in Lindenwood.
Griffin Dreger, who is a student at St. Thomas the Apostle school in Woodhaven, was throwing out garbage in a Dumpster when he went missing around 6:30 a.m. at 153rd Avenue and Cross Bay Boulevard, near Conduit Boulevard.