SOUTHERN UTAH – An Amber Alert issued for three children out of Yuma, Arizona, Wednesday night has been canceled after three children believed to have been abducted were found safe.
According to the alert, the children were abducted by their parents, Alma and Evan Short, who had a court order to relinquish the children to the Arizona Department of Child Services.
The alert was issued at the request of the Yuma Police Department at 9:31 p.m. Wednesday. The alert identified the children as 2-year-old June Adele Short, 11-year-old Aiden Short and 13-year-old Tristan Short.
According to the Arizona Amber Alert website, the alert was canceled late Wednesday night after the children were located. Their parents apparently remained at large Thursday morning.
Evan and Amber Short were last seen driving a 2016 Dodge Ram with an Arizona license plate of F70038.
No further details were immediately available.
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