Two Boys, 10 and 13, Missing From Group Home
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CHICAGO (CBS) – Police are looking for two boys who have repeatedly run away from a group home on the Northwest Side.
B.J. Peray, 10, who lives at a group home in the 4800 block of North Francisco Av., was last seen at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. He has run away from the home at least six times since August, according to police.
B.J. was last seen wearing blue pants, a gray shirt and a black hoody. Police said he told a staff member that he is working security for the Latin Kings street gang.
B.J. is a 10-year-old, 4-foot-8 Hispanic boy with black hair and brown eyes and he weighs 95 pounds.
Police said B.J. is known to frequent Gross Park at 2708 W. Lawrence Av.
Anycco Rivers, 13, who lives at the same group home, was last seen at the same time as B.J. and also has repeatedly run away from the home, police said.
Anycco is a 5-foot-5 African American boy with black hair, brown eyes and a medium complexion and he weighs 120 pounds.
A staff member at the group home told police that Anycco usually visits a girlfriend north of the home.
Anyone who locates B.J. or Anycco should call Belmont Area detectives at 312-744-8266.