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Illinois Amber Alert canceled, children found safe

Moriah Milan, age 1  (Source: NCMEC) Moriah Milan, age 1 (Source: NCMEC)
Audermar Peterson, age 2 months (Source: NCMEC) Audermar Peterson, age 2 months (Source: NCMEC)
Nyway Abbaa, age 20  (Source: NCMEC) Nyway Abbaa, age 20 (Source: NCMEC)
King Peterson, age 20 (Source: NCMEC) King Peterson, age 20 (Source: NCMEC)
Missing Poster  (Source: NCMEC) Missing Poster (Source: NCMEC)
PEORIA, IL (KFVS) -

According to Peoria Police Department, the Amber Alert for Moriah Milan and Audermar Peterson has been canceled.

They along with their mother, Nyway Abbaa and the father of one of the kids, King Peterson, were found safe in Minneapolis.

They were staying with family. Abbaa and Peterson were taken in custody.

At the request of the Peoria Police Department, the Illinois Emergency Alert System was activated for an Amber Alert.

Authorities say two children were abducted from 330 SW Washington in Peoria at 10:20 a.m. Thursday.

Moriah Milan, age 1, is a black female , who is 2'6" and 24 pounds, last seen wearing a green shirt, blue jeans and green coat and purple-pink Reebok shoes.

Audermar Peterson, age 2 months, is a black male, who was last seen wearing a blue-white onesie, with a white blanket with blue stars.

Police say the children were taken by their non-custodial mother, Nyway Abbaa, 20, who is a black female 5'9" and 180 pounds.  She was last seen wearing an African head scarf, pink shirt and gray pants.

Abbaa has a companion named King Peterson. Peterson is described as a black male, with black hair and brown eyes. He is 6' and 180 pounds.

The vehicle was last seen headed northbound on Hamilton in downtown Peoria.  They may travel to Minneapolis, Minnesota, in a green 1994 Mercury Sable station wagon, with Illinois license P487981.

Anyone having information should call 911, Peoria Police Department (Illinois) 1-309-673-4521

or National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678 or 1-800-THE-LOST.  

 

 

 

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