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UPDATE: Missing 9-Year-Old Boy Found

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Wicomico County Sheriffs are looking for 9-year old Sean Bear Wicomico County Sheriffs are looking for 9-year old Sean Bear

WICOMICO COUNTY, Md.- UPDATE: According to the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office Facebook page: Sean Bear, the missing 9-year-old boy from Delmar, Delaware was located this morning alive and unharmed.

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The Wicomico County Sheriff's office is searching for a missing nine-year old boy. Deputies say 9-year-old Sean Bear is missing, but add there are "no suspicious circumstances" at this time. According to Mark Wagner, from the Special Operations Bureau of the Wicomico Sheriff's Office, Bear ran away from a family member on Saturday.

Police said Bear has curly blonde hair, and was last seen in blue dress pants and gray sneakers with green stripes. He's about 4-foot, six inches and 80-pounds. Bear is from Delmar, DE and was last seen in the area of North Point Drive. 

If you have any information -- please call the Wicomico County Sheriff's office at 410-548-4891.

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