Missing Bronx teen with autism found OK

A missing Bronx teen who has autism was found safe, according to his family.

A missing Bronx teen who has autism was found safe, according to his family. (8/25/16)

THE BRONX - A missing Bronx teen who has autism was found safe, according to his family. 

Steven Rodriguez, 17, was found wandering the streets around 2 a.m. Thursday near 610 Exterior St. in the Bronx.
 
Rodriguez's family had posted pictures of their missing son to Facebook pleading for anyone who recognized him to call police. 

Rodriguez went missing Wednesday afternoon when he walked out of a Chuck-e-Cheese’s restaurant at the Bronx Terminal Market while attending a summer program. 

His family says he does not communicate with words and that they are thankful for the person who found him. 

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