New Jersey boy, 8, goes missing from his grandmother’s home

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SOMERVILLE, N.J. — Police in New Jersey have issued an alert for a missing 8-year-old boy who vanished from his grandmother’s home Thursday.

Everett Streko was last seen Thursday night when his grandmother, who has legal guardianship over the boy, noticed he was gone from her home in Somerville.

On Friday, the grandmother realized her daughter-in-law, along with Everett’s belongings, were gone as well.

The grandmother called police at noon Friday. Their investigation revealed the boy’s father, Michael Streko, had moved all of his belongings out of his Neptune City home on Thursday afternoon.

Now police are in search of his white and blue 1997 Winnebago with Jersey tags X72-FNK.

Police are also searching for the boy’s mother, Amy Streko, who drives a grey 2007 Ford Focus with New Jersey registration Y96-FHN.

If the couple has taken their son, as police believe, they are in violation of a court order and are wanted for child interference.

Everett is described as being 4-feet tall and weighs approximately 60 pounds. He has green eyes and brown hair.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Micheal, Amy or Everett Streko are asked to contact Somerset County Prosecutor’s Major Crime Unit at 908-231-7100, Green Brook Police Department at 732-968-1188 or the Somerset County Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 1-888-577-TIPS (8477).