Police: 2 Crown Heights boys found after being reported missing

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Police say the two young boys who went missing in Crown Heights were found on Thursday.

Police say Treston Dixon, 12, and Lazir Dixon, 9, were with their caretaker going to school when they jumped out of a car.

Video appeared to show them walking near a bodega on the corner of Prospect Place and Schenectady Avenue.

They were later found at a Brooklyn playground.

 

They say the boys are just 9 and 12 years old. Police say they went missing during the morning rush hour and haven't been seen since.

Police released photos of both Treston Dixon, 12, and Lazir Dixon,9, who they say were with their caretaker going to school. They say the boys jumped out of the car. Video appeared to show them walking near a bodega on the corner of Prospect Place and Schenectady Avenue. Based on the surveillance video, it seems like the boys started walking eastbound on Prospect Avenue.

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