Vincent Abolafia and his girlfriend Kaileigh Catalano missing – Have you seen Manorville teenage couple?
The Police are seeking to recover a Teenage New York couple, Vincent Abolafia and his girlfriend Kaileigh Catalano, who have reportedly gone missing from the area of Manorville. Authorities believe they might be in danger, and are seeking help from the public to find the missing couple.
According to reports, the couple were last seen on Thursday, December 9, 2021, when they intended taking a train from suburban Suffolk County, Ronkonkoma into the Big Apple, Manhattan. The supposed 30 minutes drive has still not ended till date.
Vincent Abolafia and Kaileigh Catalano’s description
Vincent is 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighs around 110 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Kaileigh is 5 feet tall and 118 pounds. The police said “both teens were wearing all black when a classmate dropped them off at the station, and they may have changed their hairstyle and color, according to Kaileigh’s mom, Ehrin Catalano.”
She said that the believes her daughter dyed her hair black. Vincent’s stepdad, James Bonasia, said the boy recently got a trim – but it was “a regular haircut” and nothing dramatic.
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What happened to the couple?
The family of the missing teen are getting increasingly worried and need assistance from the public “This definitely blindsided me,” Kaileigh’s dad, Joe Catalano, said Sunday. “My daughter’s a varsity cheerleader. She’s a good kid. I don’t know what possessed them to do this.
Kaileigh’s mom who is equally worried, said, “The night before, we were talking about her Sweet 16, no arguments,” Ehrin Catalano said. It is even more difficult that the couple had left behind their phones, and have not been spotted, neither have they called home.
According to Joe Catalano, “When you have two teenagers…with minimal resources, it can get dangerous pretty quick,” he said. “And Manhattan right now isn’t what it was. Any city is dangerous for any adolescent.”
“Their family loves them and misses them, and all we want is for them to come home safe,” Bonasia said
“I love you so much,” she said of her daughter. “And we wanna know that you’re safe, and please come home.”
Anyone with information on their location is asked to call 911 or Suffolk County Police Department’s Seventh Precinct detectives at 631-852-8752.