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Police worried missing teen cases may be related

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Ricardo Eugene Levenberry Ricardo Eugene Levenberry
Ricardo Eugene Levenberry Ricardo Eugene Levenberry
Jesse Grant Veasey Jr. Jesse Grant Veasey Jr.
Ricardo Eugene Levenberry (l) Jesse Grant Veasey Jr.(r) Ricardo Eugene Levenberry (l) Jesse Grant Veasey Jr.(r)
A missing person mystery is unfolding in northeast Maryland. Two teens disappeared during the same 24-hour period in Cecil County, but police are worried that the cases might be related.

Jesse Veasey, Jr., 16, and Ricardo Levenberry, 19, both went missing from the same neighborhood in Elkton, Maryland. Veasey was last seen on Monday afternoon, Levenberry was last seen on Tuesday morning.

Hollingsworth Manor is a small neighborhood where everyone seems to know each other.  Dozens of came out to watch police as they scoured the woods and a nearby homeless camp, but still no sign of the two missing teens.

Friends say Levenberry was supposed to meet the mother of his 3-month-old baby at a park on Tuesday morning. When she arrived, she saw his bike, but there was no sign of him and his phone had been turned off. Some boys standing nearby told her Levenberry got into a dark-colored car with two people inside it.

Veasey was seen getting into a vehicle fitting the same description just a few blocks away on Monday night.

There's no evidence of foul play, but police say the cases are suspicious.

Anyone with information in these cases is asked to contact Elkton Police at 410-398-4200.

MORE INFO: Elkton Police Department Facebook page



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