SCARSDALE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Volunteers are expanding their search for a 16-year-old Westchester girl missing since Jan. 2.
As WCBS 880’s Monica Miller reported, Aubrey Graf-Daniels doesn’t know Christine Ji Woo Kang, but she’s organized about 200 volunteers to hand out fliers with a picture of the Edgemont High School student throughout Manhattan.
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“We’re a very close knit community. So when we heard that she was missing, everyone wants to do anything they can to help,” she said.
Captain B.J. Ryan, with the Greenburgh Police Department, said Ji Woo Kang had a fight with her parents at their home and was last seen at about 11 p.m. exiting Grand Central Station near Lexington Avenue.
“The young lady did not bring her cellphone with her, so we’re at a disadvantage as far as tracking her cellphone,”…
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