Brothers who went missing from West Side found safe

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CHICAGO -- Chicago police say two brothers have been found safe after the two went missing from the city's West Side.

The boys had gone missing since school dismissal Monday. They were found Tuesday afternoon, according to police.

Jamir and Jamil Nash, ages 7 and 10, were last seen as they left Chopin Elementary School, 2450 W Rice St, on the city’s West Side.

Jamir is 4-feet-tall and weighs 60 pounds. He has brown eyes, black hair and a medium complexion. Jamil is 4-foot-5 and weighs 80 pounds. Jamil also has brown eyes, black hair and a medium complexion.

The brothers were together and wearing their school uniforms: a navy blue shirt and pants.

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