Brothers who went missing after school found safe

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Jamir Nash | Chicago Police Department

Two brothers who were reported missing Monday from the West Town neighborhood after school have been found safe.

Jamir Nash, 7; and Jamil Nash, 10, were last seen together in the area of North Campbell Avenue and West Iowa Street near Chopin School after the school day Monday, according to an alert from Chicago Police.

Police said Tuesday afternoon that both boys had been found safe. Detectives are investigating a custody issue involving the boys’ parents.


Jamil Nash | Chicago Police Department

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