12-year-old Georgetown boy missing overnight found safe


9:30 a.m. update: Georgetown police say 12-year-old Conner Tart-Hisaw, who had been reported missing Thursday, was found safe.

Police said in a Facebook post that at 8:34 a.m. Friday they received a call from a Georgetown mother who said the boy spent the night at her house with her son.

The mother told police she wasn’t aware anyone was looking for the boy until it Friday morning, which prompted her to call police, authorities said. Police said the family lives on Northwest Boulevard, about 1.3 miles from Benold Middle School, where the boy was last seen.

“The family has been notified and will be reuniting with Conner shortly,” police said.

Earlier: Georgetown Police are searching for a 12-year-old boy who did not return home from Benold Middle School on Thursday afternoon, according to a press release.

Police do not think Conner Tart-Hisaw is in danger or was kidnapped according to information they received from family members, the release said.

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The missing boy is five feet two inches tall, has blond hair, blue eyes and weighs 85 pounds, police said. Video surveillance from Benold Middle School showed him leaving at 4 p .m. and walked toward Northwest Boulevard, the release said.

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He was last seen wearing blue shorts, a plaid shirt, blue, Under Armour tennis shoes and carrying a black backpack, according to police.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 512-930-3510.



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