SKOKIE, Ill. (CBS) — An 11-year-old boy has been found safe after going missing in Skokie Thursday evening.
Noah Price had last been seen near Main Street and McCormick Boulevard in Skokie.READ MORE: Illinois House Passes Legislation To Repeal Parental Notification Abortion Law
He has non-verbal autism and has sensory and perception issues, police said.
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MISSING ENDANGERED JUVENILE – Noah C. Price pic.twitter.com/U9syO6Iu6T
— Skokie Police (@skokiepolice) June 3, 2021
Just before 5 p.m. a witness reported seeing someone matching Noah’s description riding a scooter on the bicycle path on McCormick Boulevard near Main Street and then scale a fence near the North Shore Channel. The scooter was then found unattended.READ MORE: CBS 2 Investigation Leads To Thousands Of Tossed Tickets: "Evidence Was Clear"
Police searched the North Shore Channel for Noah Thursday evening.
At 7:37 p.m., Skokie police said Noah had been found safe.
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Update on the missing person Noah Price: Noah has been located and is in good health. Thank you to everyone for sharing.
— Skokie Police (@skokiepolice) June 4, 2021