Here are live updates in Max Carbone missing case.
Search for Max Carbone missing since he was last seen at a party on Saturday morning has been called off. Instead, a crime scene has been established near where the Wentworth Student Maximillian Carbone went missing.
Authorities discovered a body and Boston police have roped off a corner of Terrance St and Alleghany St. where Max Carbone was last seen.
A man part of a search team told news reporter Kelly Sullivan that a body was found this morning. See photo below:
Missing Max Carbone’s family and friends were seen crying as they gathered on Terrace St.
See a photo of Max Carbone family anxiously waiting behind crime scene tape waiting for update from the Boston Police department:
19 year old Max Carbone, a student at Wentworth University, has not been seen since he was leaving a party on Allegheny Street around 1 a.m Saturday morning.
Search parties had immediately gathered, combing the streets to look for Carbone. Members of the Wentworth community and people from Carbone’s hometown of Nahant were going door-to-door handing out flyers with his picture, with the hopes of finding him alive.
After Boston Police marked off the area Alleghany Street and Terrace Street with crime scene tape, Wentworth students were seen visibly upset.
Terrance street off Alleghany st was where Max Carbone was last seen. More than 100 people had showed up to search for the missing 19 year old.
Max Carbone missing
The Boston Police Department had issued a Missing Person Alert and asked for the public’s help finding 19-year-old Maximillian Carbone, a student at Wentworth University, who was last seen yesterday morning, Saturday, April 6, 2019, between the hours of 1:00AM and 2:00AM at a party in the Allegheny Street area.
When last seen, Carbone who is approximately 5’10” tall, 150 lbs in weight with a thin build and thick curly brown hair, was wearing a green Heineken t-shirt, Patagonia sweatshirt and khaki pants.