14-year-old boy reported missing in Stickney returns home unhurt

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Maynor Carcamo | Cook County sheriff’s police

A 14-year-old boy reported missing from southwest suburban Stickney a week ago has returned home safe.

Maynor Carcamo did not return home from school Sept. 11 and was reported missing Sunday, according to the Cook County sheriff’s office.

Maynor, who lives in unincorporated Stickney, returned home Friday “without incident or injuries,” police said.

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