Ashya King, the five-year-old British boy with a brain tumour who was taken from hospital without medical consent, has been found in Spain with his parents, who have been arrested, according to Spanish police.
"Ashya King was found in a hotel 3km from de Velez Malaga [in southern Spain] and was admitted to a hospital," the national police force wrote on its Twitter page. "His parents have been arrested."
According to the statement, police were speaking with Ashya's parents and the boy's condition was being assessed.
Police earlier issued a European arrest warrant for Brett King, 51, and Naghemeh King, 45, after they drove their son away from a hospital in Southampton in southern England on Thursday.
Interpol launched a missing persons alert following a request from British police, who led the search.
"There are no winners in this situation. I've said all along that this must be a terribly distressing time for Ashya's family and I stand by that now," said Chris Shead from Britain's Hampshire police.
He added that Ashya's six brothers and sisters were also found safe in Spain.
He said the warrant was based around "neglect" but added: "That does not necessarily mean they would be charged with that offence.
"It purely gives us the power to arrest and then we'll be able to speak to them."
King's parents, who are Jehovah's Witnesses, were seen boarding a ferry to Cherbourg in France after taking the boy.
The family were said to have "strong links" to the Marbella area on the south coast and use of a house there.
Jehovah's Witnesses are known for refusing blood transfusions on religious grounds, but are otherwise open to other medical procedures.
The group said there was no indication that the boy's parents had been motivated by religious convictions and appealed to them to seek the best medical treatment for him.
It is not known why the couple took their son.
The boy's paternal grandmother, Patricia King, said her son and his wife were "marvellous" parents.