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Important Update Regarding Friday search for Christine Kang

Edgemont Cares Search for Christine KangeChristine (Ji-Woo) Kang’s family has recently requested that postering efforts be focused on Fort Lee, NJ, and the bus terminal area by the George Washington bridge.  Cars are being organized.  The group will NOT be leaving from the Hartsdale station tomorrow.  If you would like to join the Friday group, please e-mail  jeehyepark2000@yahoo.com to get logistical info.

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ECC’S ‘EDGEMONT CARES’ PLANNING MANHATTAN SEARCH FOR MISSING TEEN TOMORROW AND SATURDAY

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Edgemont Cares, an arm of the Edgemont Community Council, today asked parents, faculty, staff and students in the Edgemont School District to meet in Manhattan this Saturday at 12:15 p.m. to join in the search for missing Edgemont junior Christine … Continue reading

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Christine Kang Still Missing

Christine Kang Still Missing

Christine Kang Still Missing News12 Report

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EDGEMONT TEEN LAST SEEN FRIDAY NIGHT WALKING SOUTH ON LEXINGTON AVENUE

Missing Edgemont teen Christine (Ji Woo) Kang was last seen Friday night, January 2, 2014, at around 11:15 p.m. walking south on Lexington Avenue from 42nd Street, Greenburgh Police Chief Chris McNerney said a few minutes ago. The police, which … Continue reading

POLICE RELEASE ‘MISSING PERSON’ FLYER; VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR DISTRIBUTION

Christine Kang Missing FlyerThe Greenburgh Police Department today released a “missing person” flyer (Christine Kang Missing Flyer)  in connection with the disappearance of Edgemont teen Christine (Ji Woo) Kang.

Ms. Kang was last seen at around 11 p.m. Friday evening on Lexington Avenue after exiting Grand Central Terminal.  Ms. Kang, age 16, is considered an “endangered juvenile” who left her home in Edgemont Friday evening — without wearing a coat —  after an argument with her parents.

The flyer will be distributed along the Harlem train line from Scarsdale to Grand Central Station, and along the New Haven train line up to New Haven.  Before moving to Edgemont when she was in the 8th grade, Ms. Kang had lived with her family in Connecticut and may have friends and acquaintances in the New Haven area.

Volunteers interested in distributing the flyers can download the attached and either distribute them along the aforementioned train lines and at Grand Central itself. For more suggestions, or if volunteers would like to organize a group, please contact edgemontcares@gmail.com.

Click here to download flyer as picture for pasting into Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites.