EDISON, NJ – The Edison Police are looking for a 14 year-old boy with Autism. The young teen is described as Asian, weighing between 115 - 125 lbs., standing roughly 5’ 4” to – 5’ 5” tall with short black hair. He was last seen wearing grey or blue t-shirt, blue or black sweatpants with white strips and red sneakers. He is also wearing a black wrist band and carrying a camouflage backpack. Anyone with further info please contact the Edison Police Department at 732-248-7400.
Edison Child With Autism Missing
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