Amber Alert canceled for 3 kidnapped children from New Mexico
Three children from New Mexico were found safe Sunday evening and an Amber Alert that had been issued in Arizona and New Mexico was canceled.
Officials said Lloyd Wyatt, 9, Lakai Wyatt,8, and Lexxington Wyatt, 6, were with their mother, Laria Anderson, when they were found in Lancaster, California.
Authorities had said the children were in imminent danger from Anderson. It was thought she was with the children and could be driving a silver 2009 Kia Spectra with a New Mexico license plate of AAYR80.
Anderson is listed as 5-foot-4 and 132 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes.
Lloyd Wyatt is 3-foot-6 and 65 pounds wearing “Despicable Me” pajama pants and has long dreadlocks.
Lakai is 3-foot-6 and 65 pounds and was wearing grey pajamas. She has short dreadlocks.
Lexxington is 3 feet tall and weighs 50 pounds. He was wearing yellow and white shorts.
Here is a picture of the car.
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