Brown County Sheriff's officials confirmed that the two missing teenage boys who ran away from New Horizons Ranch were apprehended around 7:30 p.m. Monday.
According to law enforcement, the teens were apprehended in Albany in a stolen vehicle from Brown County.
Details are still developing.
Searching for the boys was interrupted for some search members as they were alerted to a report of a missing elderly lady near Brookesmith who became lost overnight in the cold temperatures.
The woman was also found Monday evening, bringing both searches to an end.Original Story
Brown County law enforcement and Mills County Sheriff's Department are currently looking for two teens that went missing from the New Horizons Ranch in Goldthwaite on Thursday and were believed to be heading home to Abilene.
According to Brown County Sheriff officials, the boys were sighted early Monday morning in the Brownwood area and are believed to be near the Hwy 279 and FM 2632 area.
Law enforcement asks the public to avoid this area unless they have business in the vicinity. If anyone in this area sees anything suspicious, they are asked to call law enforcement.
Currently, a DPS helicopter search team and Texas Rangers are assisting BCSO units with the search of the area.
The two boys were reported to be in an all-terrain vehicle and in possession of a missing hunting rifle. Currently, the boys have abandoned the ATV and are currently believed to be traveling on foot.
Anyone with information can contact the Brown County Sheriff's Office at 325-646-5510 or Mills County Sheriff Dept. at 325-648-2245.