A boy reported missing Sunday has been found safe.
The search for Bryan Caballero, 11, touched off Sunday afternoon when his father told police he had not seen his son since Saturday afternoon.
According to police Caballero's father told them the boy left his home at the Highlands Mobile Home Park at 3303 N. Hancock Avenue around 3 p.m. Saturday. He thought Bryan was heading in the direction of Edison School.
Bryan didn't come home Saturday night, and his father called police Sunday afternoon.
Police confirm to 11 News Bryan's family reported finding him Sunday evening. A family friend told 11 News he was at a friend's home a few blocks away.
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