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The search is on for a 12-year-old Canarsie boy who has been missing since June 12, according to authorities.

Prince Washington was last seen leaving Roy H. Mann junior high school around 2:20 p.m, police said.

He was wearing jeans, a red shirt, red Nikes and a black backpack, cops said.

Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact the NYPD Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-8477 or for Spanish 1-888-577-4782.

Reach reporter Chandler Kidd at ckidd@schenpsmedia.com or by calling (718) 260–2525. Follow her at twitter.com/ChanAnnKidd.
Updated 2:41 pm, June 13, 2019
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Reasonable discourse

Mohammad from Brooklyn says:
He's from my school. Hope they find him.
June 13, 5:50 pm
Jessica from Brooklyn says:
He's in my school and I was trying to help him he was not walking with the rest of the class and I told him that he told me to mind my business so I left the kid was suppose to be in after school and the next thing I know is that his bot self gone missing some kids in my class said that he took a bus to go see his real mom but I think he was just being dumb and got himself in this situation no hate for prince he is one of my friends but sometimes he just acts really stupid
June 13, 11 pm
Prince Willaims from Brooklyn says:
My name is Primcw William's.I hope the cops find this poor 12 yr old boy.
June 14, 6:05 pm
Prince Willaims from Brooklyn says:
Prince Washingthon is my friend.
June 14, 6:06 pm
Genesis from Brooklyn says:
Prince was seen walking. And TEA SWARMING SCHOOL. SKAJSSKJSK. Come back prince we miss you.
June 14, 7:58 pm
Soráya from Brooklyn says:
The last time I saw Prince was when me and my friends, were on the B41 bus. We miss you Prince. Please come back!
June 15, 7:58 am
Lil Pump from Atlanta says:
Damn
June 15, 9:29 am
Graecin from Brooklyn says:
I saw him walking out of the school out of the wrong exit I tried to call him but he wouldn’t listen
June 15, 9:50 am
Shawn from Brooklyn says:
Dang prince smh we was just having a conversation in dance class
June 15, 2:28 pm
Lucy says:
Hey come Back prince seriously
June 15, 4:42 pm
Elijah Benjamin says:
I don’t know if this will help or not but I saw prince on that day standing next to a tree where the library is located and where the 41 stops near Roy h Mann. It was a little suspicious because I never seen him around there before or ever on a bus stop, because he usually stays in after school or gets picked up by his guardians.
June 15, 6:11 pm

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