CLEVELAND — Have you seen this boy?
Cleveland police are turning to the community for information to help locate missing 11-year-old Jayden Herndon.
According to Cleveland police, Herndon went missing from his grandmother’s home on Saturday, Sept. 11, around 11 p.m. He was last seen running from the area of E. 186th Street and St. Clair Avenue, according to police.
In a press release from Sergeant Jennifer Ciaccia, she noted that Herndon’s family said he has never attempted running away before.
Cleveland police are urging those with information to call 911 or 216-621-1234.
No additional details were immediately available, but stay with 3News as we will update this story once more information is released.
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