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Missing Georgia teen home safe

By the CNN Wire Staff
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STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • NEW: Marco Antonio Gonzalez is in good health, police say
  • NEW: Police have some information they are not releasing
  • The teen went missing Friday
RELATED TOPICS
  • Crime
  • Missing Children
  • Georgia

Atlanta, Georgia (CNN) -- A missing Georgia teenager returned home safely three days after two men allegedly stole his family's car with him inside, the family and police said Monday.

Marco Antonio Gonzalez, 15, drove himself home alone in the missing car, police said.

Gonzalez is in good health and was taken to the Smyrna police station for questioning but is not under arrest, said Smyrna Police Lt. Robert Harvey.

"We are interviewing him along with other folks," Harvey said. "Now we can figure out what the heck happened."

Harvey said police were still looking for other suspects, including a man named "Gabriel" pictured in a photograph released earlier Monday.

Police have some information in the case that they are not releasing to the public, he said: "We are holding things close to the hip."

The family's Mercedez-Benz was towed from the home after Gonzalez returned in it.

CNN's Rick Martin contributed to this report.

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