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Amber Alert Over As LA Police Say No Teen Abduction Occurred


UPDATE 8:26 p.m. (AP) - Los Angeles police say no crime actually occurred in the suspected abduction of a teenage boy that spurred an Amber Alert.

Police say that on Friday night in San Bernardino they found the 31-year-old woman who had allegedly abducted the 16-year-old boy a day earlier.

Police say they have not yet found the boy, but no longer think he was the victim of a crime.

The Amber Alert has been canceled.

Original Post: (AP) - Authorities have issued an Amber Alert for a 16-year-old boy abducted in Los Angeles by a 31-year-old woman they say is armed and dangerous.

The California Highway Patrol says Eric Coleman was abducted at about 4 p.m. Thursday.

The CHP says the suspected abductor is Kandice Johnson, who was last seen Driving a 2014 black Toyota Camry with California license plate number 7XWL023.

Authorities gave no details on the relationship between the two or possible reason for the abduction.

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