Police: Boy abducted from DeKalb dropped off with family in Chicago

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DeKalb police department

A boy who was reported missing in a suspected abduction Tuesday night in DeKalb has been found.

An alert was issued for 2-year-old Caprice McCollum about 11 p.m. Tuesday, according to the DeKalb police department.

At the time of the alert, police said Caprice may have been taken by a man named Tywan Locke.

Locke was described as a 5-foot-9 200 pound man who was last scene wearing a blue pullover that said “Chicago” and gray high top Air Force One shoes, police said.

About 1:15 a.m., police said the boy had been found.

Police Chief Craig Woodruff said the he had been “dropped off at the family’s home without incident,” but could not say whether he was with Locke at the time. No one was in custody Wednesday morning.

Police said no further information was immediately available.

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