Missing Missoula teen found safe

Posted at 6:41 AM, Nov 07, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-07 19:20:49-05

MISSOULA – A teenager previously reported missing by Missoula Police has been found safe.

Authorities announced they have canceled the Missing and Endangered Person Advisory for 13-year-old Donivan Charlie at about 12:45 a.m. on Tuesday.

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MISSOULA – A Missing and Endangered Person Advisory has been issued for a Missoula teenager.

The Missoula Police Department is looking for information on Donivan Charlie, 13. He is a Native American male who is 5’9″ tall and weighs 170 pounds. He has sandy hair and brown eyes.

Donovan was last seen wearing jeans, t-shirt, red and black ski coat with black tennis shoes.

He left his custodial parents on foot from 3220 North Reserve Street and his current whereabouts are unknown. Donivan is diagnosed with autism and bipolar disorder. He is considered to be endangered.

Anyone with information on Donivan Charlie is asked to contact 911 or the Missoula Police Department at (406) 552-6300.

Whenever a child is reported missing in Montana, law enforcement agencies work quickly to determine the circumstances, and whether or not to issue an AMBER Alert, or a Missing/Endangered Person Advisory (MEPA).