7-year-old Jimaurio Laye missing from Indianapolis FOUND

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Missing Person Indiana Jimaurio Laye

Feb. 21 – Jimaurio Laye was found safe at his old childcare place early Wednesday morning.  Evidently, he got in the day car van instead of the bus and it took him to his old child care and when he was no picked up by that evening, they called his mother.

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Jimaurio Laye, 7, has been missing since Tuesday, February 20, 2018.  Hew was last seen getting off the school bus near his home on Township Line Rd. and Westlane Blvd., in Indianapolis.  The 7 year old’s aunt says he just started at a new school this week and may not know where he’s supposed to be.

Jimaurio Laye
Jimaurio Laye


Jimaurio was reportedly last seen wearing a navy blue shirt, dark blue jeans, black Air Force shoes, a gray coat with white writing on it and a gray “Paw Patrol” hat.

Anyone with information regarding Jimaurio’s whereabouts is asked to call IMPD Dispatch at 317-327-3264.

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