Brookfield teenager Henry Manning, 17, who had been missing for over two weeks, was reportedly reunited with his family Sunday evening. Police, family and friends had been searching for Manning since he .
According to officer Mitchell Heller, mother Jenan Manning contacted the department after 5 p.m. Sunday, March 25, to report that the family and son had been reunited.
Manning called his mother, “they made plans to meet up and they did,” Heller said Sunday evening. Police released few other details except that the Silver Alert has been lifted and the case is now closed.
Police did not say where the reunion took place, but prior contact from Manning suggested that he was somewhere in New York City.
Members of the Manning family were not immediately available for comment Sunday night.