GRESHAM, Ore. (KOIN) --- A 13-year-old Gresham boy, last seen on June 11, was found safe in Montana on Sunday.
Jonathan Marshall King was last seen walking to school that morning, but his parents later learned he never made it to school that day. He was reported as a runaway because he took some items with him.
Sunday evening, the Great Falls, Montana police contacted Gresham police and said King was found safe with family in that state.
At this time, Gresham police has no other information about how he was located in Montana.
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