AMBER Alert issued Thursday night in Colorado canceled, family found safe
AURORA, Colo. (KKTV) -
UPDATE: The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is reporting Sabrina and her boys were found and are safe. The update came at about 11:20 p.m. on Thursday. Details on how they were found were not immediately shared.
A family is missing and police are hoping the public can help with locating them.
Photos of the family are at the top of this article. Aurora Police sent out an alert Thursday morning and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation put out a statewide alert at about noon. Sabrina Wells and her two children, Demarcus and Marcus, were last seen on Monday in Aurora. At about 7 p.m. on Thursday an AMBER Alert was issued and authorities believe the family could be victims of “foul play,” according to a statewide emergency alert notification that went out to phones. Demarcus is just 3 years old and Marcus is 5.
“Sabrina is a survivor of domestic violence and her family is worried about her,” police wrote in a release. “Investigators learned that there might be some connection to the Las Vegas area. We are asking anyone along Interstate 70 and Interstate 15 to please keep an eye out for Sabrina, her children, and her vehicle.”
The family may be traveling in a black 2006 Ford Fusion with Colorado license plate CES-661.
If you have any information on their location you’re asked to call 911 or 303-627-3100.
A $2,000 reward is being offered through Denver Crime Stoppers in the case. You can call 720-913-STOP and you can remain anonymous.
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