Three Afghan soldiers who had been reported missing were found Monday in Canada, US media reported.
US law enforcement officials told WCVB television that the men were taken into custody in Canada, in the Niagara Falls area, very close to the border.
The three soldiers, identified as Mayor Mohammad Arash and Captains Mohammad Nasir Askarzada and Noorullah Aminyar, had disappeared from a shopping center Saturday night in the northern Cape Cod city.
They were part of a group of 14 Afghan soldiers who had come for a week of training at a US military camp.
It is the second time in the same week that Afghan soldiers attending US courses have been reported missing.
A week ago, two soldiers who were working at the Quantico base in Virginia, could not be found until two days later in the Georgetown district of Washington.