Families search for missing teens from Brooklyn, the Bronx

Several families say they are desperate to find their missing teens who vanished three days ago.



Jamie Pinero says her 12-year-old daughter, Aaliyah Ramos, went missing on Sept. 6 from her Bushwick home after a friend came over to hang out around 6 p.m.



"He came over and asked to take her to the park, I said 'no.' I looked away to talk on the phone, when I turned back they were gone," says Pinero.



She suspects her daughter and her daughter's friend met up with two other boys from the Bronx: 16-year-old Emmanuel Camacho and 15-year-old Antonio Rosa, who police say all went missing on the same day.



The teens' families have been staying in contact and passing out fliers throughout the borough asking for help.



The boy who was with Ramos returned home, according to officials.



Police say the boy told them Ramos stayed behind with the two other boys in Coney Island.



Camacho's mother, Marisol Concepcion, tells News 12 he called her the day he left and asked her if she needed anything from the grocery store. Police say he left his home in the Bronx around 11 p.m.



Concepcion says her son only has $30 on him and is terrified he will get hurt roaming the streets.



Anyone with information on the teenagers' whereabouts is asked to contact the NYPD.


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