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State Police Search for Two Missing from Somers' Lincoln Hall for Boys

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Dennis Omar Castillo-Archaga
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Diego US-Bernal
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SOMERS, N.Y.–The New York State Police in Somers are attempting to locate Diego US-Bernal, 16, and Dennis Omar Castillo-Archaga, 15, who went missing on Sept. 30.
 
US-Bernal and Castillo-Archaga had recently been court-ordered to Lincoln Hall School for Boys in the town of Somers.
 
On Sept. 30, Lincoln Hall staff held a barbecue from which US-Bernal and Castillo-Archaga fled on foot. Both subjects speak only Spanish.  They were last seen wearing blue sweat suits and Croc-style shoes.
 
Any person having information as to the whereabouts of US-Bernal or Castillo-Archaga is asked to contact the State Police in Somers by calling 914-769-2600. Refer to Case No. 7831690.

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