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AMBER Alert canceled

The Colorado Springs Police Department and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation canceled an AMBER Alert Sunday after witnesses located the suspect child abductor, David Scott, and contacted police.

Two children that were the subject of the alert, Nicole and Heather Scott, were located in Brighton and were reported to be safe on Sunday night.

David Scott was in police custody.



The alert was issued Sunday and broadcast on local radio stations as well as electronic billboards along Interstate 70.

AMBER stands for America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response. The system is used to galvanize communities to assist in the search for and safe return of abducted children.



AMBER Alerts are broadcast through the Emergency Alert System ” formerly called the Emergency Broadcast System ” similar to severe weather emergencies.


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