Police: Body Of 2nd Missing Teen Found In Neshaminy Creek
TREVOSE, Pa. (CBS) — Investigators confirm the body of a second teen missing in the Neshaminy Creek has been found Thursday night.
Police confirm that the body of 18-year-old Perry Krewson was found at about 7:45 p.m. in the water.
The parents of the teens wanted to thank everyone who spent the last two days looking for their sons.
“Everybody loved these boys,” said Perry’s father, Perry Krewson, Jr.
“They were really, really kind hearted. Genuine, kind hearted,” said Dan’s mother, Ann Tadrzynski.
Friends gathered outside the fire house exchanging hugs and tears.
“Thank you to everyone that was involved in finding our sons. The effort was nothing short of incredible,” said Krewson, Jr.
Police also confirm that the body of 18-year-old Dan Tadrzynski was found in the water near East Bristol Road and Grove Avenue Thursday afternoon.
Tadrzynski and Perry Krewson went missing after going swimming with a friend in the Neshaminy Creek at about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. (See Related Story)
The search began shortly after police got the call Tuesday night and it has been on-going, though officials did have to scale back the search in the water of the creek, as it was just too dangerous.
Tadrzynski recently graduated from Bucks County Technical High School. Krewson recently graduated from Bensalem High School.
“Perry was a great kid. I just don’t understand why him. Or Dan. They were both great kids. They never got in trouble. Always outgoing people. I don’t get it,” said friend John Rose, III.
The Warriors Watch Riders were on the water’s edge Thursday night, giving Krewson a Marine send off.
He was set to leave for the Marines in just a few weeks.