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The police search involved canine units, mounted police, and helicopters.
Meanwhile, Yaakov German, a Bobover Hasid and father of Kletzky's yeshiva rebbi, went door-to-door on Tuesday morning with his son to examine videos from surveillance cameras posted in stores and offices along the boy's route.
The videos showed that after leaving his school at 1205 44th Street, between 12th and 13th Avenues, at about p.m., Kletzky missed his turn at 13th Avenue and continued down 44th Street.
Aron was apprehended early Wednesday morning after examination of videos from surveillance cameras along the boy's route showed him meeting a man outside a dentist's office and then apparently getting into his car.
Aron gave a 450-word handwritten confession to police after his arrest, but pleaded not guilty at his first court hearing.