Family thanks News 12 after missing son is found

A Brooklyn family is happy to have their 24-year-old son back after he was missing for more than four days. According to the McClaren family,

According to the McClaren family, Christopher McClaren went missing on Monday. He is developmentally disabled and unable to speak.

According to the McClaren family, Christopher McClaren went missing on Monday. He is developmentally disabled and unable to speak. (4/16/16)

BROOKLYN - A Brooklyn family is happy to have their 24-year-old son back after he was missing for more than four days.

According to the McClaren family, Christopher McClaren went missing on Monday. He is developmentally disabled and unable to speak.

On Thursday, the family received a call that Christopher was found by a News 12 viewer on a train headed to Far Rockaway.

The good Samaritan who found him said he recognized Christopher from a News 12 report.

“I just want to say thank you to [News 12] and I want to say thank you to all the people who gave a helping hand,” said Jacqueline Robinson.

 

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