VIDEO: Search For Missing Teens Continues, Coast Guard Refocuses Search Area

By  //  July 28, 2015

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ABOVE VIDEO: Newly released video by searchers shows the footage of the capsized boat of the missing teens. (U.S. Coast Guard Video)

According to the U.S. Coast Guard, the search for the two teens who went missing on Friday for a fishing trip has moved north and is now focused off the coast near Jacksonville on Monday.

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The U.S. Coast Guard said 14-year-old fishermen Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen did not return as scheduled Friday from a fishing trip in a a 19-foot vessel with a single engine center console. (Orlando Sentinel video image)

The U.S. Coast Guard has confirmed the boat belonging to two 14-year old fishermen was found 67 miles east of Ponce de Leon Inlet Sunday, according Coast Guard officials. (Weather Channel video image)

The U.S. Coast Guard has confirmed the boat belonging to two 14-year old fishermen was found 67 miles east of Ponce de Leon Inlet Sunday, according Coast Guard officials.

The boat was found capsized and neither boy was found, according to Petty Officer Steve Lehman.

The boat will be anchored in place while search-and-rescue efforts continue.

The Coast Guard is adjusting its search plans based on the location of the boat.

A Customs and Border Patrol plane joined the search Saturday night off the coast of Melbourne.

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