AMBER Alert cancelled for missing children from Albuquerque - Tucson News Now

AMBER Alert cancelled for missing children from Albuquerque

(Source: Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office) (Source: Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office)

The AMBER Alert was cancelled for three children from  Albuquerque, NM late Sunday night after authorities safely recovered the children and the suspect vehicle in Lancaster, California.

The Arizona Department of Public Safety activated the New Mexico AMBER Alert on Sunday, Sep. 10.

Authorities believed the kids were in "imminent danger" from 28-year-old Laria Anderson, who is the mother of three boys who were missing, according to the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office in New Mexico.

Anderson has full custody of the boys, BCSO said. Detectives were concerned for the safety of the kids after Anderson reportedly made threatening comments to the boys' father early Sunday morning.

Anderson isn't facing criminal charges at this time.

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