Missing Jewish Teen Found Alive In The Bronx

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matzav_networkCaroline Starkman, the missing 18-year-old Jewih girl from Engelwood, New Jersey, who disappeared from Coney Island, Brooklyn, last month, has been found alive. She will soon be reunited with her family, sources say.

Rabbi Shmuel Goldin, the family’s rov at Congregation Ahavas Torah of Englewood, stated, “We are gratified beyond measure to inform the community that Caroline Starkman has been found without serious injury. The family firmly believes that the prayers and support of the entire community have enabled them to reach this moment and they express their deepest gratitude.”

In the immediate days to come, the family has asked for privacy to enable them to chart the best course for Caroline.

“They will share developments with the community in the future,” said Rabbi Goldin. “Caroline’s family deeply thanks all of you once again for your support and tefillot.”

Starkman was a student at Touro College.

After she went missing, her parents hired a private detective to assist the NYPD in searching for her.

{Noam Amdurski-Matzav.com Newscenter}

15 COMMENTS

  1. must have been a stress call & a need to get away

    i wish her a refuah shleima & herfamily may only hear happiness & always appreciate her & spend time with her

    FAMILY IS #1 PRIORITY make sure its yours also so something like this doesn’t happen C”V

    1)dont leave your child in the car even for 1 second
    2)spend priority time with each child separately
    3)be a role model for your children, so they can learn from you
    4)be open & available for your family & children so they know they can always turn to you for help anytime

  2. We have to respect our children as individuals if we expect them to respect us. Hopefully the reason she left home will be dealt with productively.

  3. I guess the family is entitled to their privacy. Obviously there are reasons why her whereabouts aren’t being disclosed. Why is everyone so nosy?

  4. wonderingyid: read the article! dont be such a yenta!”In the immediate days to come, the family has asked for privacy to enable them to chart the best course for Caroline.”

  5. Read the article:

    “In the immediate days to come, the family has asked for privacy to enable them to chart the best course for Caroline”.

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