New: Missing Middletown Teen may be in Eatontown, where another teen went missing this week
Two teens, two towns but both with ties to Eatontown who have gone missing and police need your help in taking a look at these photos and trying to help find both of them.
On Thursday, Eatontown Police announced that 16-year old Joe'Ziah Ashe who also goes by 'Punkin' went missing after last being seen at her home on Grant Avenue around midnight Tuesday.
Ashe told her parents she was going out for a smoke and never came back.
On Friday, Middletown Township Police said that 15-year old Sammie Boynton III has also been missing since Tuesday.
Sammie's mother said that's when she last saw him.
He was wearing blue jeans, a black hooded sweatshirt and purple/black Nike Jordan sneakers at the time.
Middletown Police said Sammie is known to visit the Monmouth Mall, Stony Hilly Apartment Complex and Wykoff Park, all of which are in Eatontown.
He has also made stops in the past to the Keansburg boardwalk area.
Sammie does not have a cell phone on him.
If you know or know somebody who does have information on Sammie's whereabouts, contact Detective Simon at 732-706-4155.
Joe'Ziah Ashe was last seen in Eatontown Tuesday wearing pajama bottoms and a sweatshirt and did not take any personal belongings with her that night.
Police say she's been known to visit the Patterson, Elizabeth, Newark and Philadelphia areas in the past.
Ashe is listed as 5'9, 180 pounds with brown eyes and black/sandy hair.
If you know where she is or know any other information, contact Eatontown Police at 732-542-0100.
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