Arizona police are searching for an 11-year-old boy who disappeared from his family’s home in Mesa during the absence of adults. Mesa Police Department has sought public help in locating the child.

His family told cops they were out for some time and when they returned he was gone.

The family noted that the kid left his cell phone behind and locked the door. "Henry allegedly left the house while his family was out. When the family returned home, Henry was gone," read the missing child alert. "He left his cell phone but locked the resident’s door."

Henri Ramirez-Sanchez was last seen around 11:00 a.m. near University and Stapley Drives. University and Stapley Drives is a busy intersection marked by a Chevron gas station on one corner and a Circle K convenience store across the street from it.

The child is described in the news release as white/Hispanic with brown eyes and black hair. He stands 4’1” tall and weighs about 80 pounds.

At the time of going missing, Ramirez-Sanchez was wearing a button-up shirt, blue pants, and black shoes (like a school uniform), according to the release. He left home with a blue backpack with clothes in it.

The alleged reason behind his disappearance remains unclear yet. Anyone with information about the child is encouraged to contact the Mesa police.

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