Alfa Barrie and Garrett Warren

Body of 2nd Missing New York Boy Found in Hudson River

Two days after finding the body of a 13-year-old boy in the Harlem River, authorities retrieved the body of his 11-year-old friend from the Hudson River on the other side of Manhattan.

A New York Police Harbor Unit team pulled the body of Alfa Barrie from the water near 102nd Street and Riverside Drive at about 7 a.m., WCBS reported.

Barrie and Garrett Warren were last seen May 12 at about 6 p.m. on security camera at Ana’s Fish Market on 145th Street and Lenox Avenue in Harlem, as CrimeOnline previously reported. An employee saw the boys inside the store, where they made a small purchase. The worker said that the boys were regular customers of the shop.

Warren’s mother, Dayshell Moore, previously said the boys came home about 1:30 a.m. on May 13 and left again to play basketball. They never returned.

Warren’s body was found on the Manhattan side of the Harlem River on Thursday not far from the Madison Avenue Bridge.

Ana’s Fish Market is less than 500 feet from the Harlem River, a few blocks north of the Madison Avenue Bridge.

The waterways around Manhattan — the Hudson River, the Harlem River, and the East River — are not technically rivers which flow in one direction. They are tidal estuaries, which reverse direction with the tides of the Atlantic Ocean.

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[Featured image: Alfa Barrie and Garrett Warren/handout]