Police seek help in locating runaway boys

Published: Wednesday, Jan. 26 2011 8:56 p.m. MST

Luke McCalib, 11, went missing Wednesday, Jan. 26. Is described as 5-feet tall, about 85 pounds, with blond hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a long-sleeved, tan shirt, blue jeans and jacket with a "San Diego" logo.

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HOLLADAY — Police are asking for help to locate two boys who went missing after lunch recess at Spring Lane Elementary School on Wednesday.

Eleven-year-old Luke McCalib and 10-year-old Damon Sorenson, both 5th-graders at the school, were last seen around 1:30 p.m. at the Hidden Meadows Apartments, near 1700 East and 5000 South, where McCalib lives.

A teacher had noticed the boys didn't return from recess and immediately contacted administrators, according to the Granite School District police and Salt Lake County's Unified Police Department, which issued a public notice late Wednesday. Officials, along with the boys' parents, have been searching for them ever since.

According to the notice, police have obtained evidence that suggests the boys intended to run away from home and police don't believe the boys were abducted or are missing under any other suspicious circumstances.

Individuals who may have information on the boys' whereabouts, is asked to contact the GSD police at 801-481-7122 or UPD at 801-743-7000.

Wendy Leonard

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