Marquise Tolbert, who is autistic, last seen getting into a black truck Tuesday
Authorities have issued an endangered missing advisory for an autistic 13-year-old boy who left a relative's home in Eastpointe on Tuesday.
Marquise Tolbert was last seen at about 4:45 p.m. in the 2200 block of Pleasant, when he got into a black pick-up truck, possibly a Chevrolet Silverado, Michigan State Police said.
"Marquise has a cognitive impairment and his family does not know anyone who has this style truck," Eastpointe police said on Facebook. "We believe he is in danger."
Marquise Tolbert has since been found safe, police say.
Police are seeking a 13-year-old who left an Eastpointe home with an unknown person Monday.
Marquise Tolbert left a family member’s home and got into a black pickup truck about 4:45 p.m. Tuesday on Pleasant Avenue in Eastpointe, according to social media posts from the Eastpointe Police Department and Michigan State Police.
The boy’s family doesn’t know anyone with the type of truck involved, Eastpointe Police said.
Marquise is also autistic, MSP said.
The truck may possibly have been a Chevrolet Silverado, police said.