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Large Search for Missing Boy in Lakewood

Wednesday November 17, 2010 10:41 PM - 6 Comments

missing-boy-lakewood[Update below.] A search is underway for a nine-year-old boy who went missing at about 8 p.m. this evening in Lakewood, NJ. Local residents have joined members of Lakewood Chaveirim, Hatzolah, the Lakewood Civilian Safety Watch and police officers in searching for the boy, Chaim, who is 4′8, weighs about 80 pounds, has blond hair and blu eyes, is wearing black pants and a white shite with dark stripes and black sneakers with a red Nike logo.

The boy was last spotted in the area of Dina Court, off of Ridge Avenue.

Anyone with information regarding the boy is asked to call 732-363-0200.

Update: The boy has been found, some 3-1/2 hours after he went missing. Special thanks has been expressed to the tens of selfless volunteers who took part in the search.

{Matzav.com Newscenter}

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6 Responses to “Large Search for Missing Boy in Lakewood”

1. Comment from glatekup
Time November 18, 2010 at 11:00 AM

hundreds not tens

2. Comment from frummie
Time November 18, 2010 at 11:10 AM

what happened where did he go

3. Comment from Anonymous
Time November 18, 2010 at 11:13 AM

Why can’t Matzav write a normal sentence in the english language? What does a “large” search mean? How much does it weigh, how big is it?). What does it mean the boy “went” missing”?

In addition, to make the story interesting and worthwhile, why not tell the reader why he was missing, he got lost? he ran away, he was kidnapped? Vus. How and why did he “went” missing?

4. Comment from Leave a Comment
Time November 18, 2010 at 8:58 PM

And maybe show a picture of the boy, if this cv”s happens again please be more on top of the situation.

5. Comment from jlb11230
Time November 18, 2010 at 11:39 PM

In response to the reader (3) who found fault with the headline about the missing child, I am at a loss to understand how Matzav would have improved the headline. One of the fundamental axioms of writing is to get the idea across in the simplist way possible, without destroying the language you are using.

As much as I try, I can’t think of an improvement in the headline that is worth the time and effort. Perhaps the reader should try of occupy his/her mind with more substantive matters.

6. Comment from Anonymous
Time November 19, 2010 at 12:50 AM

This is #3. I was right there is so much more to the sory.

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