11-year-old boy with autism missing from Taylorsville area found in West Valley

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UPDATE: Police say the boy was found at a 7-Eleven in West Valley City. Thanks for spreading the word.


TAYLORSVILLE (News4Utah)- Police in Taylorsville are asking the public to keep an eye out for a missing 11-year-old boy.

They say he has a low functioning form of autism.

He is wearing a blue shirt with Mario, black and white striped shorts, and red flip-flops.

He was last seen Thursday on 4700 South from 2700 West on a silver scooter.

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