Update 5:12 p.m., April 1: The Amber Alert for two girls abducted in Plumas County has been deactivated. The children were found safe and the suspect is in custody.
Yesterday's AMBER Alert is deactivated. The children have been safely recovered, suspect in custody. The public's help is much appreciated!— CHP Headquarters (@CHP_HQ) April 1, 2017
Original Post: Authorities have issued an Amber Alert for two abducted girls in Plumas County Friday.
The children, who were taken in Greenville, Calif., are described as two Asian girls, ages 9 and 14. They have black hair and brown eyes. The suspect is described as a white female.
Authorities say they are searching for a suspect vehicle described as a 2016 black Toyota Prius with the California license plate: 7UHH003
The alert is in effect for Butte, Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, Tehama and Yuba counties.
AMBER Alert victims: 2 Asian girls, 9 and 14 years old. Blk hair, brown eyes. Taken at Greenville, CA. Suspect: white female. Call 9-1-1.— CHP Headquarters (@CHP_HQ) April 1, 2017
AMBER Alert: No. Cal counties - Butte, Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, Tehama & Yuba. Suspect vehicle: 2016 Blk Toyota Prius, CA lic. plate 7UHH003— CHP Headquarters (@CHP_HQ) April 1, 2017
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