Missing Colorado Mom, Son Found After Alerts Issued in Several Counties

Police were concerned because the 12-year-old requires medication, which he does not have.


The California Highway Patrol issued an alert Monday after a Colorado mother failed to drop off her 12-year-old son on Friday, but the search was later called off after they were found.

An endangered missing advisory was issued Monday afternoon across San Bernardino, Riverside, San Diego and Imperial counties.

The boy was picked up by his mother on June 26, according to the Aurora, Colorado Police Department. He was not returned to his home and police were concerned because he requires medication, which he does not have.

At about 11 p.m. Monday, the CHP announced both had been found, but further details were not provided.

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