A teenager lived undetected for two days at a 24-hour Wal-Mart in Texas after running away from his aunt's home, police said Wednesday.

A store employee in Corsicana, about 50 miles south of Dallas, eventually discovered the 14-year-old boy when he was spotted stepping out from behind some boxes in the baby apparel aisle.

When the employee at the Supercenter pushed aside the boxes, a number of items were found indicating the teen had been staying awhile.

A teenager walking about a Wal-Mart wouldn't have caught an employee's attention, Nick said, particularly in a Supercenter that's at least 200,000 square feet with thousands of customers coming and going.

The boy pilfered food and drinks from the store and changed clothes periodically to avoid detection.

Corsicana police in a statement Wednesday said the boy's parents were out of town and he was staying with his aunt in Corsicana when he ran away July 28. He was found two days later at the store.

Walmart spokespeople said they did not intend to pursue charges but hope the teen gets help.

The 14 year old has a history of running away.