Missing Allegheny County child suspected of being “at risk” of injury is found in safety

Pennsylvania State Police said a two-year-old missing child in Allegheny County who was thought to be “at high risk of injury or damage” was present and safe. The Lost and Vulnerable Warning was issued at 11:18 Sunday morning. Case Study: Braddock Police are searching for Byron Harris Jr. He last appeared Saturday morning near Pine Way. He was accompanied by Davon Brown, 36, in a dark gray Honda Accord with a PA license that read “LPJ-4986.” State police describe Harris as a black man, three feet tall, and 35 pounds. Police said it was not known what she last wore. Anyone with information is asked to call 911.

Pennsylvania State Police said a missing two-year-old in Allegheny County who was thought to be “at high risk of injury or damage” was present and safe.

The Missing and Disappearance Warning was suspended at 11:18 Sunday morning.

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Braddock police are searching for Byron Harris Jr. He last appeared early Saturday morning near Pine Way. He was with Davon Brown, 36, in a black gray Honda Accord with PA license that read “LPJ-4986.”

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State Police describe Harris as a black man, 3 feet tall, and 35 feet tall. Police said it was not known what she last wore.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911.

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