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Amber Alert: Three Young Children Abducted From New Mexico Found in La Verne

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© Lloyd Wyatt, Lakai Wyatt, and Lexington Wyatt were abducted from Albuquerque, New Mexico on September 10th. © Lloyd Wyatt, Lakai Wyatt, and Lexington Wyatt were abducted from Albuquerque, New Mexico on September 10th.
© Laria Walker-Anderson is believed to be driving the missing Kia Spectra © Laria Walker-Anderson is believed to be driving the missing Kia Spectra
Palm Springs, CA -

Update:

The CHP said on Sunday evening the vehicle had been found in the city of La Verne. Later, the suspect,  turned herself in to the sheriff's station in Lancaster. Her three children were unharmed. Walker-Anderson has legal custody of the children and was not facing criminal charges. Authorities issued the Amber Alert to ensure the mother and her children were all safe.


An Amber Alert has been issued by the California Highway Patrol on behalf of the Bernalillo County Sheriffs office and is in effect for the following counties only: San Bernardino, San Diego, Riverside, Orange and Los Angeles.

On September 10, 2017, at 12:30 am, Lloyd Wyatt and his two siblings were abducted from Albuquerque, New Mexico and are believed to be in California.

Lloyd Wyatt (9yrs), Lakai Wyatt (8yrs.), Lexington Wyatt (6yrs.)

Last seen in Albuquerque, NM

Vehicle:

  •  2009 Kia Spectra, Silver
  • New Mexico license plate #AAYR80 
If you happen to see this vehicle or any of the people involved above please call 911.
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