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UPDATE: Roseville police say teen found safe, two arrests made

Police were first made aware of the teen's disappearance on Dec. 15 after he left for school the day earlier, and never showed up to class.
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ROSEVILLE, Minn. — Roseville Police have located a missing 14-year-old boy that had been missing since Dec. 14. Authorities say the boy is in protective custody and that two people -- the boy's biological mother and her boyfriend -- have been arrested.

Police were first made aware of the teen's disappearance on Dec. 15 after he left for school the day earlier, and never showed up to class.

According to police, the boy's biological mother lost parental rights in 2019.

Anyone who may have any further information about the incident is asked to contact the Roseville Police Department at 651-792-7008 or by submitting an online tip at www.cityofroseville.com/3194/Crime-Tips.

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