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Amber Alert Canceled, Children Found Safe

Amber Alert Canceled, Children Found Safe

September 19, 2017 10:26 PM

(ABC 6 News) -- An Amber Alert for three children from Iowa has been canceled.

The Clay County Sheriff's Office said the kids were found abandoned in Sanborn, IA, hours after being taken from a home in Royal.

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Authorities are still looking for their non-custodial mother who they believe took the children.  She may be traveling in a 2003 Maroon Cadillac CTS with Iowa license plate 561 XEY and a spare tire on one side.


(ABC 6 News) -- An Amber Alert has been issued for three children missing from Royal, IA.

The Clay County Sheriff's Office says authorities are searching for 4-year-old Olivias Sophia Arzaga, 8-year-old Adia Johnson-Enos, and her twin sister 8-year-old Lillian Enos-Johnson.  Authorities say they were abducted by their mother, 25-year-old Danica Arzaga.  The sheriff's office says the children were previously removed from Arzaga's custody and in the care and custody of a relative.

Olivias is approximately 3'0" tall and weighs 40 lbs.  She has brown eyes and brown hair.  She was last seen wearing pink pajama sleeper and slippers.  

Adia is approximately 4'0", 57 lbs. with brown hair and brown eyes.  She was last seen wearing a pink, short-sleeve shirt and blue jeans. She has a birthmark on her abdomen.

Lillian is approximately 4'0", 57 lbs. with brown hair and brown eyes.  She was last seen wearing khaki cargo shorts, and a dark coat with multi-colored sleeves.

Danica has a large eagle tattoo on her chest.

They may be traveling in a 2003 Maroon Cadillac CTS with Iowa license plate 561 XEY.  The vehicle is reportedly driving on a donut (spare) tire on one side.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Clay County Sheriff's Office at 712-262-3221 or the Spencer Police Department at 712-262-2151.


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