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NYPD: Missing 14-Year-Old Found Unharmed

Jocelyn Zacarias (Photo: Facebook)

July 7, 2018 By Christian Murray

The 14-year-old Rego Park girl who went missing Thursday has been found unharmed, police announced Saturday.

Jocelyn Zacarias is now back home after been reported missing, police said. She disappeared on Thursday morning after been last seen at the Rego Fresh Marketplace at 63-76 Woodhaven Blvd where she worked.

The search for Zacarias went viral on social media.

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How come she could not communicate?
As a mother of a 16 year old boy…I always distressing vommunication…I have a 4hr rule …i call him or he calls me…otherwise hes in trouble with me?


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