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Amber Alert canceled after boy fell asleep in mother's closet

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An Amber Alert has been canceled after a missing boy in Durham was found sleeping in his mother's closet.

Ari Aguilar-Castillo came out of the closet about 7 a.m., five hours after the North Carolina Center for Missing Persons issued its Amber Alert. He was uninjured.

Durham police did not release more information following the cancellation of the alert.

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An Amber Alert has been issued for a missing boy in Durham.

The 4-year-old boy was last seen on Liberty Street in Durham. His name is Ari Aguilar-Castillo. He was last seen wearing green shorts and his hair is cut in a mohawk.

Durham Police say an unidentified man took Ari, on Liberty Street. The suspect was last seen wearing a white shirt and red hat.

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