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PATRICK KENNEDY ALFORD 7 years old Jan 22, 2010
For Jennifer Rodriguez the pain of her son Patrick Alford?s disappearance still sears.
?I pray that Patrick is out there somewhere. I just want my son back,? she told CBS 2′s Maurice Dubois, ?I think about my son every day. There?s not one day or one moment I don?t go without thinking about my son.?
Four Years Later Search For Missing Boy, Patrick Alford, May Be Heating Up
February 24, 2014 11:30 PM
Patrick Kennedy Alford, 7, disappeared January 22, 2010. At about at 9 p.m. he left his foster parents' apartment in East New York, Brooklyn, to take out the garbage. The 4-feet-8-inch tall Patrick has not been seen again by his foster family.
Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly brought up his case several times when asked about Etan Patz.
Children who knew Patrick recall the fear his disappearance spread among their parents and them.
Adults recall police setting up command centers looking for Patrick.
The NYPD would not say why it is focusing on Patrick Alford's case as opposed to any other missing child.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children said New York State alone has 116 missing children. Some were as young as 5 and one has been missing for 40 years.
The police and Crime Stoppers are offering a $12,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for Patrick's disappearance.
You can contact police at 800-577-TIPS.
Read more: http://www.myfoxny.com/story/18659966/nypd-seeking-tips-in-case-of-brooklyn-boy-missing-since-2010#ixzz31YUIwQ63