Dec 5, 2010 4:55 PM by AP

UPDATE: More details on Pueblo boy reported missing

PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) - A missing 10-year-old boy missing since Friday has been found safe. Pueblo police Sgt. Patrick Van Ryn says Matthew Aragon was found Sunday morning by police officers who were looking for him since his mother reported him missing Saturday afternoon.

Van Ryn says the boy's mother told police that she had last seen her son when he left for school Friday morning. The boy previously had spent nights at his father's house or at a friend's house without telling his mother, but the boy's mother reported him missing after she couldn't find him Saturday.

The boy had spent the previous two nights at a friend's house and told the officer who found him that he had runaway.

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