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Crown Heights man still missing one year laterPosted: Updated:
The family of a missing Brooklyn man are still doing their best to find him more than one year after he vanished.
Charles Benjamin Lee got out of work on July 6, 2018 – just weeks before his 27th birthday – when the Crown Heights man got into an altercation. He was treated for lacerations at Interfaith Hospital.
He was discharged on his accord, but never made it home.
The family says they have gone through a lot of legwork but have not reached any answers.
News 12 contacted Interfaith Hospital for a statement but have not heard back.
The family is urging anyone who may have seen Lee to contact the authorities.
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