Amber Alert canceled for 4 children from El Paso, Texas
EL PASO, Texas (Gray News) - Authorities have canceled the Amber Alert that was issued for four children from El Paso, Texas, who were believed to have been abducted.
The El Paso Police Department and Colorado Bureau of Investigation said Tuesday afternoon the four children, who range in age from 4 to 16 years old, were safely located.
The Amber Alert was initially issued on May 26 when the children were reportedly last seen in the 5300 block of Woodrow Bean in El Paso, Texas.
Police were searching for 42-year-old Jennifer Carmony in connection to the children’s abduction. She is described to be white, 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighing about 150 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes.
Carmony was believed to be driving a red 2004 Ford F-150, possibly spray-painted black, with the Texas license plate number be88718.
Authorities did not provide an update to Carmony’s location at the time the Amber Alert was canceled.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation shared an endangered missing alert for the children Monday when investigators believed they may be in the Colorado Springs area.
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