Remains found in College Point, Queens may be those of missing autistic teen, Avonte Oquendo

Police combed the area in College Point, Queens,

Police combed the area in College Point, Queens, where a sneaker was found on the rocky shore along with the remains. (January 17, 2014 3:30 PM)

Police are investigating whether human remains discovered along the East River in Queens are that of missing autistic teen Avonte Oquendo. David Perecman, who represents the Oquendo family, says that the 14-year-old's mom is meeting with police to give them a DNA sample. He confirmed that sneakers and jeans found with the decomposed remains are the same size and make that the boy was wearing when...

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