Minneapolis police searching for missing 11-year-old boy

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Police in Minneapolis are looking for help finding a boy who was reported missing Friday evening.

Terrell Deandre Smith, 11, was last seen on the 3000 block of 6th Street North, police said in a press release, at around 6 p.m.

He was reportedly heading towards Fairview Park at the time.

He is described as African American, 4-foot 11-inches tall and weighing approximately 90 pounds.

He has short black hair, brown eyes and is believed to have been wearing a gray shirt with orange basketball shorts.

"Officers have searched surrounding areas and have made contact with known friends and associates with no luck in locating him," police spokesman John Elder said. "Officers continue in search efforts."

Anyone who sees Smith is asked to call 911.

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