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Police: Missing 11-year-old Raleigh boy found safe

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Police said Quantico Duprell Parker Jr. was last seen playing basketball around 8 p.m. with friends in the area of Shepard Valley Street and Follow Me Way near Rock Quarry Road. Police said Quantico Duprell Parker Jr. was last seen playing basketball around 8 p.m. with friends in the area of Shepard Valley Street and Follow Me Way near Rock Quarry Road.
RALEIGH, N.C. -

Raleigh police said the missing 11-year-old boy was found safe Saturday evening.

Police said no criminal offenses are said to be associated with the boy's disappearance.

Police believe Quantico Duprell Parker Jr. got on the wrong school bus when he left Walnut Creek Elementary.  He was last seen playing basketball around 8 p.m. with friends in the area of Shepard Valley Street and Follow Me Way near Rock Quarry Road. 

Raleigh police do not believe foul play to be a factor in Parker's disappearance. A tip to Raleigh police said a boy matching Parker's description was seen in the area of Red Hat Amphitheater around 9:30 p.m. Friday.

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