A six-month-old boy who was reported missing in Arizona was found with his parents in a homeless camp near the Martin Drake Power Plant Saturday afternoon.
Colorado Springs police say they were called to check on the welfare of the infant at 11:45 a.m. by a caller who was concerned for the child because of the cold weather.
Officers found the child was in "good condition," but had been reporting missing by the Arizona Department of Human Services, police said. The child had been in the custody of the agency when the parents took the boy against court orders and fled the state about a month ago.
The child was taken into protective custody by the Colorado Department of Human Services and will be returned to Arizona.