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MISSING | 12-year-old Cleveland boy has not been seen since just after midnight

Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to immediately call (216) 621-1234 or 911.
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The Cleveland Division of Police is asking for the public's help finding a boy who left his apartment early Wednesday morning and has yet to return.

According to a police report, 12-year-old Cameron Coachman got into an argument with his mother before leaving his Garden Valley home around 12:30 a.m. His mother later called police, saying Cameron "had never been missing for this long." Officers later checked the library on East 73rd St. and the Eagle Supermarket on East 78th (locations Cameron apparently frequents), but did not find him.

Cameron Coachman is now considered "endangered." He is described as being 5-foot-9 and weighing 130 pounds with brown eyes, brown dreadlocks, and a mustache. He was last sen wearing a blue jacket, blue jogging pants, a striped orange and blue shirt, and white tennis shoes. He may also have taken drugs.

Anyone with information regarding Cameron's whereabouts is asked to immediately call Cleveland police at (216) 621-1234 or 911.