A 14-year-old American boy who went missing from a Caribbean Princess cruise ship has been found safe in Brandenburg, Germany. Aydin Brown was located by local authorities in Brandenburg, which is over two hours away from where he disappeared in Rostock-Warnemünde. Brown was last seen leaving the cruise ship shortly after it docked on July 4. He was traveling with his grandmother, and they reportedly had an argument that led him to leave the ship without an escort.

Concerns about Brown’s safety grew when family members expressed their worries on social media, suggesting that he may have been lured away. The teen went missing around 7 a.m. on Thursday, and police began an intensive investigation to locate him. After evaluating technical data, investigators were able to pick up Brown’s trail near Potsdam, a city on the border of Berlin.

Brown was found unharmed and accompanied by a 19-year-old individual whom he had met in Rostock. Police stated that, at this point in the investigation, there were no signs of a crime being committed. Brown’s family expressed their relief and gratitude on social media after he was found safe. They thanked everyone who shared updates and continued to support them during the ordeal.

The 14-year-old was reunited with his grandmother and mother, who had flown to Germany after he went missing. The family expressed their gratitude for the support they received and the prayers that were answered when Brown was found safe. It was a happy ending to a potentially dangerous situation, and the family was grateful for the outcome.

The local authorities and Princess cruise line worked together to ensure that Brown was found and returned to his family. The incident serves as a reminder of the importance of staying safe while traveling and the need to have proper supervision, especially for young travelers. The quick action of the authorities and the support of the community played a crucial role in ensuring Brown’s safety and well-being.