Missing Minneapolis boy has been found safe, police say

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An 11-year-old boy who went missing in north Minneapolis on Friday has been found and is safe.

Minneapolis Police Department spokesman John Elder said Sunday afternoon that Terrell Deandre Smith had been found and is back home with his family, WCCO reports.

Smith was reported missing by his family Friday evening, after he told them he was going to Farview Park in north Minneapolis. He was last seen around 6 p.m. Friday in the 3000 block of 6th Street North, which is about a block away from the park, according to MPR News.

The station notes that Elder did not give any details about where the boy was or how he was found.

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