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Missing child found

RCMP officers have found a Terrace boy missing since yesterday morning.
Ten-year-old Gavin Ryan-Ottens was spotted shortly before 8 am this morning walking on the Sande Overpass.
The call to police was made by a motorist.
"Police responded, and located Gavin walking in the mall parking lot across from the police office.
Police would like to thank the media, and the public for their assistance in locating Gavin," said a statement from the Terrace RCMP detachment.
Gavin left his school yesterday morning around 9 am May 3.
He was spotted in the Ferry Island area and then near Save-On Foods but ran away from family members.

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