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LR boy found safe after Amber Alert issued

Terrell Maurice Holloway (Source: Arkansas State Police) Terrell Maurice Holloway (Source: Arkansas State Police)

LITTLE ROCK, AR (KAIT) - A 9-year old boy was found safe in Little Rock after a level 2 Morgan Nick Amber Alert was issued earlier Tuesday.

According to Arkansas State Police, Terrell Maurice Holloway of Little Rock went missing Monday around 5 p.m. Police state the boy ran from a residence and was alone.

The Little Rock Police Department has inactivated the Morgan Nick Amber Alert for Holloway. He is now at a local hospital undergoing evaluations.

Police said officers used search dogs and helicopters to look for the boy.

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