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NJ Boy Abducted by Parents: Police

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    New Jersey State Police are searching for 8-year-old Everette Streko, who they suspect was abducted by his parents, Amy and Michale Streko.

    New Jersey State Police are asking for the public's help in locating an 8-year-old boy who they suspect was abducted by his biological parents from his legal guardian.

    Everett Streko, described as being four feet tall and about 60 pounds, was last seen by his grandmother, who is his legal guardian, on Thursday night at her home in Green Brook Township, police said.

    The grandmother noticed Friday morning that the boy, her daughter-in-law, Amy Streko, who also lived in the home, and all of the child's personal belongings were missing.

    Michael Streko, 24, the boy's father, also had vacated his Neptune City residence, police said. He is known to operate a 1997 white-and-blue Winnebago, investigators said.

    The couple have violated a court order and are wanted for child interference, according to the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office.

    Anyone with information about the missing boy and his parents are asked to contact prosecutors or call the county's Crime Stoppers' Ti Line at 1-888-577-TIPS. 

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