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Missing Portland infant found, Oregon officials say

Dennis Johnson was found on Tuesday, Oct. 27, according to the Oregon Department of Human Services.
Credit: Oregon Department of Human Services
Dennis Johnson with his mother Kayla Burk (left). Dennis Johnson (center). Dennis Johnson with his father Joseph Johnson (right).

PORTLAND, Ore. — UPDATE Oct. 28:

Dennis Johnson was found on Tuesday, according to the Oregon Department of Human Services. In a press release, the agency said it "is thankful for the community support to find him." No other information was released. 

Original story from Oct. 23:

An 11-month-old boy went missing with his parents earlier this week and the Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS) believes his safety may be at risk.

Dennis Johnson went missing from Portland on Oct. 20, along with his parents Kayla Burk and Joseph Johnson. They are believed to be in the Portland metro area.

ODHS wants to assess Dennis’ safety. Anyone who suspects they have information about the location of Dennis or his parents is asked to call 911 or the Oregon child abuse hotline at 1-855-503-SAFE (7233). You can reference Portland Police Bureau case number 20-319821 or National Center for Missing and Exploited Children case number 1404759.

Dennis is 29 inches tall and weighs 20 pounds, according to ODHS. He has blond hair and blue eyes.

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