[Updated 6:55 p.m.] West Hartford Police Chief Vernon Riddick has confirmed that Carlos Kerrigan-Mock has been found.
By Ronni Newton
Updated, 6:55 p.m.
Carlos Kerrigan-Mock, who was reported missing Tuesday morning, has been found and is safe, West Hartford Police Chief Vernon Riddick said Tuesday evening.
According to Riddick, Kerrigan-Mock was located in town, and is safe and secure.
The Silver Alert has been lifted.
No further information is available.
A Silver Alert has been issued and West Hartford Police have confirmed that they are searching for Carlos Kerrigan-Mock.
Kerrigan-Mock, 17, is a Hispanic male, with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 135 pounds. He was last seen wearing dark gray sweatpants, a blue long-sleeved shirt with a white number “15” on the back, and a light gray sweatshirt.
Kerrigan-Mock is a student at Hall High School in West Hartford. According to West Hartford Police Capt. Michael Perruccio, Kerrigan-Mock did not attend school on Tuesday.
Perruccio said that Kerrigan-Mock does not have his phone with him.
According to police, he was last seen at his West Hartford home on Arnoldale Road at 11:30 p.m. Monday.
Anyone who may have information about Kerrigan-Mock’s whereabouts should contact West Hartford Police at 860-523-5203.
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