Ade Prince Bio
Ade Prince is an eighth-grader student at Exceed Charter School in Crown Heights. Prince was last seen with two male friends by a friend of his mother’s on Friday they were riding the Q train on a Coney Island, according to his mom.
My student, Ade, has been missing since last Monday 11/4 after school. He parted ways with his friend at Woodruff and Flatbush Ave (just east of Prospect Park) and never went home. He’s about 4’11 and 70lbs. If you see him please call the police pic.twitter.com/OpBiKC8D2n
— Georgi P. (@GeorgiPuddinPie) November 10, 2019
Ade Prince Age
He is 13 years old
Ade Prince Parents
The teens’ parents are hard-working immigrants. His father, Crown Prince, told us he’s a supervisor at Sloan Kettering Hospital in Manhattan. The teen’s mother, Yvonne King-Prince, said she’s a staff analyst with NYC Transit.
Ade Prince Missing
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He is a student at Exceed Upper Charter School, where students wear uniforms, Prince told his dean last Monday that his mother, Yvonne, was not going to pick him up that day, because she was sick. This was true. I was supposed to take a bus home, but it never did.
But the navy blue sweater Ade was wearing was not in line with her yellow and beige uniform she would have worn at school, the worried mother said.
The boy’s heartbroken mother said he has barely slept since his disappearance. It is the second time the child disappears in two years, police said.
Ade Prince is missing.
He was last seen yesterday on the Q train in Brooklyn.
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Some of Ade’s friends told their parents that a group of students went to Prospect Park after school on November 4. They said they last saw him that night, near his house on Woodruff Ave. near Flatbush Avenue in Flatbush
“One of the young men said they accompanied him quite close to his house and said goodbye,” said his mother. “But he didn’t come in.”
The day he disappeared, Ade wore a black jacket, gray pants, black sneakers and glasses with a black and orange frame. It measures approximately 4 feet 11 and weighs about 80 pounds, police said.
Anyone with information on Ade’s whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1 (800) 577-8477. All calls will be kept confidential.