Euclid Police: missing children found “safe, uninjured”

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EUCLID, Ohio – The Euclid Police Department says that the two children missing since Friday evening have been found at a Cleveland park.

11-year-old Karsen Novak and 12-year-old D’lon Skipper were located at RJ Taylor Park near the border of Euclid and Cleveland. They are safe and uninjured and have been reunited with their families.

The Euclid Police Department released this statement of thanks:

The EPD sincerely thanks everyone for working together to locate and safely return these two children. The police received dozens of tips throughout the search. The children were eventually located after a Euclid Detective and Cleveland Metropark Ranger received information from an area resident during this morning’s canvassing of Euclid Creek Reservation.

No foul play is believed to have been involved in their disappearance.

D’lon Skipper (Courtesy: Euclid Police Dept.)

Karsen Novak (Courtesy: Euclid Police Dept.)

The pair went missing on Friday evening from the area near Pinnacle Academy.

They were seen Saturday morning on  Euclid Avenue near Dille Road.

The park they were located at is a short distance from where they were last seen.

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