PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Allegheny County Police say the 4-year-old boy allegedly abducted by his father, a registered sex offender, has been found safe in North Carolina.

Raymont Pope, 4, was last seen on Sept. 10 when his father, 43-year-old Radford Pope, took the boy to the movies and never returned him to his mother.

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According to police, the boy was found safe and in good health around 11 a.m. today in Greensboro, North Carolina. He will now be reunited with his mother.

There were concerns about the 4-year-old’s condition because he suffers from asthma and didn’t have his inhaler when he disappeared.

Greensboro Police took the boy’s father into custody.

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Officials said Radford Pope is a Megan’s Law offender and has a criminal history.

Police said this isn’t the first time Pope has abducted his son. In June of 2011, police said Pope abducted his then 1-year-old son. The two of them were found safe in Syracuse, N.Y.

Back in 2010, Pope was also accused of abducting his son; the two were later found at a homeless shelter in California.

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