STILL HOPING — POLICE, DESPERATE FOR CLUES, PLAN FLYER HANDOUT IN NINE-YEAR SEARCH FOR MISSING CHILD

Cops will hand out flyers in Brooklyn on Tuesday in the hope of turning up clues in the disappearance of Patrick Alford, who was 7 when he vanished in 2010. Under state law, Patrick, who disappeared nine years ago Tuesday, is presumed dead — but police have not ruled out the possibility he is alive....

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