Update - 12 year old Devon McGee no longer missing - New York News

Update - 12 year old Devon McGee no longer missing

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Devon McGree, 12, was last seen Saturday in the area of Sunderland and Margareta on Detroit's west side. Devon McGree, 12, was last seen Saturday in the area of Sunderland and Margareta on Detroit's west side.
DETROIT (WJBK) -

UPDATE: Devon McGee is reported to be found. His mom telling Fox 2 he was arrested Monday in Southfield in a stolen vehicle. He is currently house at Children's Village in Pontiac.

The following is the original report on his missing whereabouts:

 

Detroit police continue their search Monday for a missing 12-year-boy.

Devon McGee's mother tells FOX 2 he left home to hang out with friends Saturday afternoon and never returned.

A neighbor who lives by a park where Devon hangs out told the boy's mother he may have been pursued by a group of armed males, possibly driving a gray Oldsmobile.

Police would not confirm those details but say they're conducting a search for Devon in the area of Sunderland and Margareta on the city's west side.

Anyone with information is asked to call Detroit police or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP.

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