The search for a missing Staples High School freshman is over.
And the news is good.
Thanks to shared information by law enforcement, and social media platforms, the Westport Police Department tracked Max Yeater to a New York City library near Grand Central Station.
Detectives reunited the 15-year-old with his family at 5 p.m. today.
Westport Police thank the public, their law enforcement partners and the media for helping bring Max back to Westport.
Max Yeater, from a photo distributed yesterday after his disappearance.
The family and friends of Max Yeater — the missing Staples High School freshman — ask “06880” readers to share this flyer on social media with friends in New York City and Vermont.
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A friend of the Yeater family clarifies some of the details released by the Westport Police Department this morning, about missing 15-year-old Max Yeater.
The friend says that the phone call to one of Max’s friends was brief — only 2 words — and that the friend believed it came from Max. Then the line went dead. The call was from a LinkNYC kiosk.
There has not been full confirmation that Max is in Manhattan. Westport Police continue their search, and he is still considered missing.