UPDATE: Missing boy, Napoleon Her, found safe
Napoleon Her was reunited with his family after he was missing for five days.
On Monday, Milwaukee Police followed leads that led them to a home near 88th and Bender. The family said he was found hiding in a closet. Napoleon was seen near 83rd and Villard at a friends house.
Investigators believe Napoleon left on his own accord but it's still unclear why Napoleon was at the home and who he was with.
"We just want to let everyone know that he is safe. He came home, he's with his family right now. Thank you to everyone who helped us," said Chee Her, uncle.
Milwaukee Police is still investigating this case. Investigators have not made any arrests.
Updated: 2:12 p.m. on January 8
UPDATE: MPD Sensitive Crimes officers say they found missing Napoleon Her around 2:00 p.m. Monday in the area of 88th and Bender Road. He was found safe and the circumstances are still being investigated.
Milwaukee Police have been searching for a missing child since January 3rd.
Napoleon Her, 13, was last seen near N. 83rd Street and W. Villard Avenue at a friends house. His family said he normally comes home right after school.
He told a friend a cousin was going to pick him up but the family said they do know who that person is.
“He was never seen getting into a car. His friend says he only saw Napoleon walk into a busy street," said Kongmeng, cousin.
In the days leading up to his disappearance, Napoleon told his cousin he was chatting with someone through a Facebook group.
“He was forced into a group and the group was gathering people like him," said Kongmeng, “He wouldn’t tell me what they gathering for.”
His family believes he may be with people from the Facebook group. In the last few days, family members have posted videos and messages on Facebook hoping he will see them and come back home.
“Everyone is really looking for you and we are all really stressed out. I wish you come back soon and safely," said Kongmeng.
Her is described as 5'1" tall, 110 pounds, wearing a white sweatshirt with "Los Angeles" on it, jeans and Converse shoes. He was carrying a blue bag with drawstrings.
If you have any infromation about where he might be, call Milwaukee Police Sensitive Crimes at 414-935-7405.