Greensboro, NC -- One Greensboro family is breathing a huge sigh of relief.
For about 30 hours, their little boy was missing.
Police say 10-year-old Isiah Amari Terry ran away from home and was last seen Sunday morning around 9:30.
Monday afternoon, Isiah was found less than a few blocks from his Guest Street home.
Police say he wasn't alone but wouldn't say who Isiah was with. Isiah is safe and back home with his family.
Before he was found, dozens of officers with the Greensboro Police and Fire Departments searched a two-to-three mile radius from Isiah's home, the place he was last seen.
They searched woods and streets and even went door to door.
News 2 was with Isiah's dad Monday during the search and pleaded with his son to come home.
"Please come home, come home. You know the address, you got the phone number, the numbers to the house, just come on back home, we love you, the brothers and sisters missing you, crying. We love you," said Stephen McKeelar,
Police say Isiah ran away after getting into an argument with his mom one they say they don't typically use this many resources in a runaway case but they did this time because Isiah is so young.
Police tell us they talked to Isiah and the people he was with and have no reason to believe there was any foul play.
WFMY News 2