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Police seek help finding 10-year-old boy missing from Ogden foster home

Utah and Idaho police are seeking the public's help locating a 10-year-old boy living in Ogden who is listed as missing and endangered. Omar Antone Lizarraga could be with his mother Gelacitte Olivia Lizarraga, police said.

Utah and Idaho police are seeking the public's help locating a 10-year-old boy living in Ogden who is listed as missing and endangered. Omar Antone Lizarraga could be with his mother Gelacitte Olivia Lizarraga, police said. (Bannock County Sheriff's Office)


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OGDEN — Utah and Idaho police are seeking the public's help locating a 10-year-old boy living in Ogden, who is listed as missing and endangered.

Omar Antone Lizarraga went missing from his foster family on Tuesday, the Bannock County (Idaho) Sheriff's Office said in a news release. The Utah Division of Child and Family Services believes that Omar could be with his biological mother, Gelacitte Olivia Lizarraga, 29, who has ties to the Pocatello area, police said; both are reportedly Shoshone-Bannock tribal members.

Omar Lizarraga has been listed in the National Crime Information Center index as missing/endangered, the sheriff's office said.

Officials said that anyone who makes contact with Omar is asked to contact Ogden police at 801-395-8221 or Utah Division of Children and Family Services caseworker Patricia Garcia at 801-875-1393.

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Arianne Brown is a breaking news reporter for KSL.com. She also enjoys finding and sharing stories of everyday Utahns, a talent she developed over several years of freelance writing for various Utah news outlets.

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