Seattle Police find missing Pacific boy

  • Wednesday, July 17, 2019 4:42pm
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Rockyfeller Bannister. COURTESY PHOTO

Rockyfeller Bannister. COURTESY PHOTO

Seattle Police on Wednesday found a Pacific boy who had been missing since early Sunday morning, Pacific Police said.

Rockyfeller Bannister, 17, who goes by Rocky, and in the past has given his last name as Bannter, was last seen at his Pacific home around 5 a.m. Sunday, July 15.

But Seattle Police found him around mid-afternoon Wednesday. Police did not disclose where they found the boy, and did not release any further details.

The boy was unharmed, and his parents were en route to picking him up at the time Pacific Police spokeswoman Heather Malavotte made the announcement.

Bannister’s cognitive abilities are equivalent to those of a 6 year old, police said, and had no history of running away.

Bannister did not have any other immediate family or friends in the area, nor did he carry a cellphone.

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