FLUSHING — The family of a Flushing teen who disappeared Monday has asked for the public’s help in locating him.
Jian Yuan Xu, 15, who lives on 136th Street in Flushing, was last seen by his parents at 10 a.m. Monday when he told them he was going to his school library to study.
The teen’s father has tried to call him on his cell phone, but all the calls have gone to voicemail, according to a spokesman for City Councilman Peter Koo (R-Flushing).
Jian, a student at John Bowne HS, at 63-25 Main St. in Flushing, is 5-foot-7 and was last seen wearing a green plaid shirt, gray shorts and sandals. He speaks and understands Fuzhounese and is a poor English speaker.
Anyone with information on where Jian might be was asked to call his parents at 646-726-1188 or the 109th Precinct at 718-321-2250.
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