Missing Lakeville family found in south Minneapolis
A Lakeville family of four missing since late last week was found alive Tuesday morning in south Minneapolis, police said.
A call about a suspicious vehicle spotted about 3:12 a.m. in the 2600 block of 26th Avenue S. led police to a car with four people inside. Officers ran the license plate and learned that the silver 2015 Toyota Camry matched the description of a vehicle Lakeville police had been looking for since Zachariah Wilson, Angela Robinson and their two children, Nolan, 7, and Myles, 4, were reported missing on Thursday, said Minneapolis Police Sgt. Catherine Michal.
As police approached the car, the vehicle took off, but police were able to stop it a short distance away, Michal said.