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UPDATE (11/5/20) 9:15 PM – SAPD has reported that Nicholas Flores has been found and is safe.

SAN ANGELO, Texas – The San Angelo Police Department seeks your help in locating a missing developmentally disabled/non-verbal child.  Nicholas Flores, 13, was last seen at the Lincoln Jr. High campus around 3:50 p.m. 

Nicholas has black hair and brown eyes, he is 5’5″ and heavy-set.  Nicholas was wearing a gray shirt, jeans and a black Holiday Cleaners jacket. He may also have a blue jacket.

Nicholas is non-verbal.  If you locate him, please do not approach him unless he needs immediate first aid.  Instead, please call 9-1-1 and keep eyes on him until police arrive.  

Courtesy of San Angelo Police Department

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