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Goodwin has been found; in good condition

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Christian Goodwin Christian Goodwin
JOPLIN, MISSOURI -

News Release from Joplin Police Department:

The Joplin Police Department is grateful to announce that Christian N. Goodwin has been located. He was located, uninjured and in good condition, by the Newton County Sheriff's Department. As always, we take runaways seriously. In light of the specific facts and circumstances in this case, and in consideration of the intemperate weather, we deemed it prudent to identify Christian as an endangered missing person.

In this case, the Joplin Fire Department, Redding's Mill Fire Department and the Joplin Police Department collectively responded to locate Christian. We are also appreciative of the other surrounding agencies that contributed to this successful outcome.

Additionally, we are thankful for the community's response via social media and those that called in to the special phone lines. In these cases, the information that we receive from the community helps us to better direct our resources and our efforts.

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Updated March 2, 2015 12:07 AM: The Joplin Police is searching for a missing endangered child.

Christian N. Goodwin, (twelve years old, 5'3”, 93 pounds, straight blond hair, blue eyes, fair/light complexion and thin build) is declared as a missing endangered child and an Amber-Alert will be issued shortly.

Christian was last observed on a business video at 4:34 PM on south Range Line Road.

Christian was last seen wearing a blue hooded-sweatshirt, blue jeans, a black shirt and bright green tennis-shoes.

Christian is a runaway that is considered missing-endangered due to the hazard that the extreme temperatures pose to a young person.

The Joplin Police Department and The Joplin Fire Department are working collaboratively to locate Christian. We are not requesting volunteers at this time. However, we do ask that citizens remain vigilant.

If you think that you see or may have seen Christian please contact the Joplin Police Department at the non-emergency line. (417-623-3131) ext 1702# or 1703#



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