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CDA Police: No Children Missing At This Time

UPDATED PRESS RELEASE FROM CDA POLICE: Police officers contacted residents that live in the neighborhood of where the bike was located. Two different neighbors reported seeing the bike lying on a lawn at 7:30am this morning. The female that called police saw the child riding the bike at 8:15am. The child put the bike down when the van approached and got into the vehicle. Neighbors said it is possible the bike has been in their neighborhood since yesterday.

With no missing children reported it appears the child got into the van willingly and did not take the bike because it possibly does not belong to him.

This report appears to be unfounded. Police will continue to monitor all tips.

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PRESS RELEASE FROM THE COEUR d' ALENE POLICE DEPT: Coeur d'Alene Police have worked with school district 271 personnel in all of the surrounding schools and have determined no children are currently missing from school. Local private schools and nearby daycares have also been contacted and have not reported any missing children. Police will continue to monitor for any tips related to this incident. Attached to this release is a photo of the bicycle the child was riding. If anyone recognizes it please contact Coeur d'Alene Police at 769-2320.

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