CRAIG, Colo. — Police say two young boys who went missing have been found in northwestern Colorado.

The Craig Daily Press reports ( ) that the boys went missing from a cabin in Moffat County’s Wilderness Ranch on Sunday afternoon. The 9- and 13-year-old children are cousins from Wyoming who were visiting their grandparents for Labor Day weekend.

Their grandmother, Judy Hamel, says the boys, one from Lander and one from Pinedale, were found alive and well Monday evening. She says they were looking for frogs and must have made a wrong turn.

Moffat County Sheriff KC Hume says the boys were found about three miles southeast of where they went missing. He says the boys were spotted from the air after he sent a fourth aerial search out.

Information from: Craig Daily Press,

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