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2 missing children sought in Fargo have been located

UPDATE: Fargo Police have located the two missing juveniles. They say the boys were staying with a friend that lived nearby their home. Original Post Fargo, N.D. - The Fargo Police Department is asking the public for help in locating two missing ...

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UPDATE: Fargo Police have located the two missing juveniles.  They say the boys were staying with a friend that lived nearby their home.

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Fargo, N.D. - The Fargo Police Department is asking the public for help in locating two missing juveniles.

The two boys, Trey Forschen, 11, and Treyden Charbonneau, 9, both of Fargo, have been missing since Wednesday evening at 5:30 p.m.

They were last seen in the 2500 block of 18th Street South Fargo.

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Trey is a Native American male, 5'5'', 150 lbs, with brown eyes and hair.

Treyden is a Native American male, 5'2'', 90 lbs, with brown eyes and hair.

If you know of their whereabouts you're asked to call the Fargo Police Department at 701-235-4493.

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