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Autistic teen found safe in Nashua
NASHUA - An autistic teen reported missing in Nashua Sunday evening about 5:48 p.m. was later found safe, according to police.
Nashua police had put out a release asking for the public's assistance in locating David Ruiz, 15, of Lowell, Mass., described as autistic and last seen in the area of Fairview Avenue in Nashua about 3:45 p.m.
Police enacted their "A Child Is Missing" program and recruited neighboring police departments to assist with a search.
Later in the evening, police put out a release saying Ruiz was located successfully, with no other details.
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