UPDATE: AMBER Alert canceled for 3 children abducted from Indianapolis
According to FOX 59 in Indianapolis, "Brownsburg Police say they found the three kids and the suspect is in custody."
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- An AMBER Alert has been canceled for for three children abducted from Indianapolis.
According to a news release from the Brownsburg Police Department, the AMBER Alert involved the abduction of 2-year-old Johnson Garcia, 5-year-old Christhian Garcia and 8-year-old Marcos Garcia.
The children were believed to be last seen on Tuesday at 11:30 p.m. in Indianapolis, and were believed to be in "extreme danger." The Brownsburg Police Department believes they were abducted by their father, 25-year-old Christhian Garcia, a Hispanic man with brown hair and brown eyes.
According to FOX 59 in Indianapolis, "Brownsburg Police say they found the three kids and the suspect is in custody." Christhian Garcia, the children's father, is wanted in connection with a double-shooting in Brownsburg. He is believed to be the husband or boyfriend of one of the shooting victims.
At 10:10 p.m. on Tuesday, police responded to reports of shots fired at the Home Goods distribution center in Brownsburg, where they found a man and woman had been shot.
They were identified as Alicia Canise Canizales, 22, and Jesus Huesca, 26. The female victim was conscious enough to tell investigators that Garcia was the shooting suspect. Huesca was shot in the head and unresponsive.
Both victims were taken to IU Health Methodist Hospital.
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