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Search For David Lundy Of West Windsor Enters Third Day

The search for  missing West Windsor boy David Lundy,  believed to have been abducted by his grandfather on Friday evening,  enters its third day on Monday.

A day after the search for the 5 year old was focused on several locations in Brooklyn, the Mercer County Prosecutor’s office says the search now encompasses “the greater New York area.” They would not elaborate on what the Brooklyn search turned up.

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West Windsor Police Lt. Robert Garofalo told the Patch of Brooklyn that David Lundy was about to be removed from the home he shared with his aunt  by New Jersey’s Department of Youth of Families, after both she and the boy’s grandfather were determined not to be suitable guardians.

Kristine Brown, spokesperson for the New Jersey Department of Children & Family could not comment on this or any specific case DYFUS is involved with.  She says that a child will be removed from a home when there are “severe concerns over a child’s safety.”

 

(L-R) Morris Lundy & David Lundy
(L-R) Morris Lundy & David Lundy (West Windsor Police)

Concern was revealed yesterday for  a  “pre-existing medical condition which requires the regular administration of medication,” according to police.  The Prosecutor’s office would not elaborate on the condition.

David Lundy was last seen at 6:30PM on Friday night in front of his home at 465 Meadow Road in West Windsor Township and taken by his grandfather, Morris “Tommy” Lundy,

David is described as a light-skinned African American boy, approximately 3’4” and weighing 55 pounds. David was last seen wearing a white and green shirt and blue cargo shorts.

Morris “Tommy” Lundy, age 50, of New York, is described as an African American male, 5’ 10”, 180 pounds, long black hair and hazel eyes. He is believed to have shaved his head recently.

Anyone with information concerning this matter should contact the West Windsor Police Department at (609) 799-1222.

 

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