6-year-old boy with autism reunited with his mother 2 months after missing in Florida

George “JoJo” Morales, a 6-year-old boy with autism, was reunited with his mother at Miami airport Tuesday night. He was missing for more than two months Over the weekend someone saw them at a Walmart in Canada,

CBS Miami Captured the moment Morales was reunited with his mother, Yanet Lil Concepcion, at Miami International Airport. With a big smile on his face, the young boy shouted “Hi, Mom” ​​as he ran into her arms.

“I missed you so much,” Lil Concepción told his son as he held her.

Morales’ father, George Gabriel Morales, and grandmother, Lilium Pea Morales, were arrested by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police after someone spotted JoJo at a Walmart in New Brunswick, about 182 miles east of Maine.

The boy went missing in late August when his grandmother picked him up to visit him on court orders, as the parents shared custody.

When the boy’s father didn’t return JoJo, Amber Alert was released and investigators learned that Morales had been planning a move for a year, CBS Miami reported.

Private investigator Joe Carrillo discovered that Morales had secured a cabin in Canada and wanted to live “off the grid”.

Lil Concepcion was concerned about her son’s safety before the incident happened. She previously told CBS Miami that she became concerned about her son’s safety when JoJo told her they were “going to go somewhere where the windmills are” and asked him to come with her.

After his son returned to Florida on Tuesday, Lil Concepcion told Peter D’Onach of CBS Miami that “there are no words to describe how happy I am.”

She also thanked the person who had informed about her son.

“I am indebted to this person for my son’s life and I cannot thank this person enough,” she said. “That person needed courage and thoughtfulness to do this. That person thought of making the right decision for my family.”

JoJo’s father and grandmother are accused of interfering with custody and concealing the minor, contrary to a court order.

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