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HOUSTON (CBS Houston) The Harris County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating an 11-year-old missing boy.

Cameron Jeng , who was last seen Thursday, June 6, 2013, around 3:30 pm in the 7000 block of Durango Creek, came home
from school and was playing with friends.

Officials alongside the Precinct 5 Constable’s have been searching since late Thursday evening but their efforts have been fruitless.

Cameron Jeng (Photo Credit: Provided)

Cameron Jeng (Photo Credit: Provided)

Cameron is described as an African American male , 5’4 in height and around 90lbs. He was last seen wearing a red shirt and black colored shorts. Authorities also stated that he was riding a blue bicycle with gold colored handle bars and no seat.

Anyone with information on Cameron’s whereabouts is asked to call the Harris County Sheriff’s Homicide Unit at 713-967-5810.

***UPDATE*** Friday, 10:30 a.m. CST

An 11-year-old west Harris County boy who had been missing since Thursday afternoon was returned home safely.

Cameron Jeng went missing in the Settlers Village Subdivision near Katy. Although reports stated that Cameron was home safely, it was not clear, where he was during his disappearance.

There was no other information released at the time of this report.

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