BRIEF: Missing autistic child found safe near Anthony Wayne Trail
The Blade - 1/13/2018
Jan. 13--An autistic child who had been missing since early Saturday morning has been found safe.
A passerby saw Quamell Jones, 15, walking on the Anthony Wayne Trail, according to the Toledo police.
"The Toledo Police Department would like to thank the public for their help," said a Toledo police news release.
Update: Thankfully, Quamell Jones has been found safe ... A passerby saw him walking on the AW Trail by Sherwood. Thank you for the retweets and sharing the word. Great job to the citizen that stopped and called #toledopolice!
-- Toledo Police (@ToledoPolice) January 13, 2018
Mr. Jones was unharmed.
Detectives are investigating the circumstances around Mr. Jones leaving his home.
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