Police find 9-year-old boy who went missing in northeast Denver

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DENVER -- Police found an autistic 9-year-old Hispanic boy safe after he was reported missing in northeast Denver on Monday morning.

The boy lives in the 400 block of Eugene Way in northeast Denver, in the vicinity of Interstate 70 and Chambers Road.

The boy is 4-foot tall and weights about 40 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes.

He was found in Aurora near Hoffman Boulevard and Potomac Street, about 5 miles from his home, just after 7 a.m.

He was later reunited with his parents at their home in a tearful reunion.


  • Anonymous

    As if wasn’t already apparent that he’s hispanic…question is why does if friggen matter and need to be pointed out Fox News? Idiots!

  • Ms Nicole

    Thank you God for finding him. I was his Head Start teacher, and he is such an amazing boy. Kudos DP

  • Anoymous 2

    Why do you guys have to put “Hispanic Boy,” when a white person is missing you don’t put “Caucasian boy” or “White boy”.

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