Amber Alert canceled for Orange County teen reported missing | #childabductors

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – The AMBER Alert issued by The Florida Department of Law Enforcement for an Orange County teen has been canceled.

FDLE confirmed that the alert was resolved. NBC affiliate WESH reports that deputies said the teen was spotted uninjured and safe on video shortly before the man accused of abducting her was arrested.

Deputies posted surveillance footage of Alexander Lopez on Twitter.

FLDE said that the suspect’s vehicle is a 2004 silver Toyota RAV4, with a broken window on the rear passenger side. The car has a Florida tag 504-RXA.

The missing girl is described as 16-years-old, 5′ 5″, white-hispanic with brown hair and was last seen wearing a red, baggy t-shirt with dark pants. The suspected kidnapper is described as a hispanic man in a white shirt and dark pants.

If you recognize them or know of their whereabouts, call the Orange County Sheriff’s Office at 866-858-7233 or 911.




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