Police: Missing Vassar boy found - WNEM TV 5

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Police: Missing Vassar boy found

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Photo of Jacob Langley, courtesy of Laiken Rainey Photo of Jacob Langley, courtesy of Laiken Rainey
VASSAR, MI (WNEM) -

Police and volunteers say the search for a missing Vassar teenager is over and the 14-year-old has been found safe.

Jacob Langley was last seen around 5 p.m. Sunday at his home in Vassar. Rescuers found him around 11 a.m. on Monday. He was located near the railroad tracks on Jay Road, just west of town.

Langley was riding a black mountain bike and carrying a Vassar Vulcans duffle bag when he was last seen.

Langley is the son of Ben Guile, the Vassar Police Chief. "We all worked together, formed a plan and everyone worked as hard as they could and he's home," said Guile.

TV5 would also like to thank our Facebook friends Holly LaBean McLean, Amy Bennett, Laiken Rainey and Ann Estrello-Brown for posting information on the TV5 Facebook page.

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