UPDATED 8:45 p.m.
The Floyd County Sheriff's Department tells News 7 that Benjamin Shue went inside a home in the 200 block of Wildwood Road.
That's near the Midway Grocery Store.
The home's owners were not there at the time and found him inside with the lights on.
He was safe and is said to be doing well.
UPDATED: 7:00 p.m.
State Police say missing boy Benjamin Shue has been found safe in Floyd County.
He was found at 6:35 near the Midway Grocery Store about 4 miles from where he was last seen.
State Police say the boy was a located after going to a residence near the grocery store.
News Release from Virginia State Police
The Virginia State Police along with the Floyd County Sheriffs office are searching for an 11-year- old missing child from a residence in the 900 block of Falling Branch Road.
Benjamin Christopher Shue was last seen around 9 a.m. this morning. He answers to the name of Ben and he should be wearing a faded orange long sleeve shirt, tan pants and white tennis shoes.
Ben has Down Syndrome and is not very familiar with the area. He and his family were visiting relatives in Floyd County and they are from the McLean, Virginia area.
The Virginia State Police aviation division is assisting with the air search and a ground search is currently underway. Blood hounds have also been requested to assist in the search which is concentrated around the Falling Branch Road and Route 221 areas.
Any information regarding the whereabouts of Benjamin Christopher Shue should be directed to the Virginia State Police 1-800-542-5959 or the Floyd County Sheriffs Office 540-745-9334.