GOLD CANYON, Ariz. — A 7-year-old boy has been found after he was reported missing from his guardian's home in Gold Canyon.
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office said the boy was last seen at his legal guardians home near the U.S. 60 highway. The boy left the home for a two-day visit with his biological mother, Courtney Spitz.
Officials said Spitz has cut off all communication with the legal guardian.
The Arizona Department of Safety said he was safely located as of Saturday afternoon.
The boy was wearing a gray t-shirt and sweats, a brown jacket with fleece and black and gray Jordan gym shoes. He's 60 inches tall and 70 lbs with blue eyes and blonde hair.
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