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Authorities used night vision equipment to search late Saturday for a missing 7-year-old. (Photo by Yavapai Sheriff's office)

SELIGMAN -- Authorities used night vision equipment to search late Saturday for a missing 7-year-old Phoenix boy near Seligman.

The Yavapai County Sheriff's office says Cole Evans was last seen about 10 a.m. playing outside his grandmother's home near Anvil Rock Road.

When the family couldn't find the boy, neighbors joined in searching the area before sheriff's office was notified about noon.

The office says the boy has form of autism. There's no evidence of foul play and the family is fully cooperating.

He is described as about 4 feet tall, 70 pounds with brown hair, blue eyes, and wearing a black hooded coat with a Batman emblem.

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