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Post Falls Police: missing 11-year-old boy found

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Post Falls Police are searching for 11-year-old Jeremy Yaken Post Falls Police are searching for 11-year-old Jeremy Yaken
POST FALLS, Idaho -

UPDATE: Post Falls Police say Jeremy was found early Friday morning,  and he is safe.

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The Post Falls Police Department is asking for your help locating an endangered 11-year-old boy.

Jeremy Yaken was last seen at around 6:00pm Thursday night in Post Falls on Idaho Street near the 7-11 north of I-90. Yaken suffers from autism and is possibly bi-polar. It cannot be confirmed if Yaken has taken his medication, and he is considered endangered. 

Yaken was last seen wearing a red pull over sweatshirt with a white truck on the front, blue jeans, blue Airwalk sneakers and a blue beanie cap. 

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Yaken, please call the Post Falls Police Department at (208)- 773-3517. 

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