Cimarron County Sheriff’s Office: Missing 4-year-old found safe

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UPDATE: The Cimarron County Sheriff’s Office says Cordova Guerra has been found safe. He has been released to his mother.

CIMARRON CO., Okla. – Officials in Cimarron County are searching for a 4-year-old boy missing from Boise City.

Douglas Cordova Guerra was last seen around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday near 305 NE Second St. in Boise City.

Cordova Guerra is believed to be abducted by his biological father, Douglas Cordova Nunez ‘Rene’.

The child was last seen wearing a grey shirt with black sleeves and black shorts.

Rene was last seen wearing a white shirt, white shoes and Levi’s. He also has tattoos: full sleeve of roses tattoo on right arm and black trucker hat; tattoo of Jesus’ face on left upper shoulder.

The suspect was last seen driving a 2006 Grey Honda Civic, besting Oklahoma License tags—no number at this time.

Cordova Guerra has brown eyes, brown hair, a mole under his nose on the right side, and earrings in both ears.

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