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Police find 14-year-old missing boy from Cameron, arrest boy's Aunt

CAMERON, TX (KXXV) -

Cameron police have arrested a 22-year-old woman for allegedly kidnapping her 14-year-old cousin who lives in Cameron.

Dulce Oviedo was arrested at 11:30 p.m. Wednesday night and was booked into the Milam County Jail on 3rd Degree Felony kidnapping.

According to police, Dulce took her nephew, Carlos Oviedo, to Mexico without the permission of a parent. Dulce told police that she thought it was okay to take Carlos with her.

Carlos was returned to Cameron PD without any harm done to him.

Cameron police were investigating the disappearance of Carlos earlier on Wednesday and believed Dulce was taking Carlos to Mexico to be with family there after a domestic situation between them and Carlos' mother.

The two were thought to be going through Laredo on their way to Mexico and were considered at risk because of a domestic situation and because they may have tried to enter Mexico without permission or passport.

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