Vancouver Amber Alert – Authorities cancel Amber Alert for missing Washington girl

Vancouver Amber Alert –  Vancouver police cancel Amber Alert for a missing 2-year-old girl after the girl was found.

VANCOUVER, Wash. – An Amber Alert issued early Sunday morning in connection with a kidnapping was canceled after Vancouver police say the suspect vehicle was located.

The Amber Alert issued on Sunday by Washington state police for missing 2-year-old girl has been canceled after the girl was found.

The alert for missing 2-year-old Brianna Rodriguez was canceled shortly after it was issued on Sunday morning.

According to the alert, the suspect, Gustavo Villalobos-Carranza, was wanted for kidnapping in the first degree and felony harassment.

There also is information that he may have harmed the victim.

Earlier: The suspect and the girl were believed to have been traveling in a 2018 gray Mitsubishi Outlander with Washington plate number BUV0729.

Around 2:30 a.m., the police department requested help in locating a silver 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander with Washington license plate BUV0729. Police warned people not to approach the vehicle if it was spotted.

After the Amber Alert was canceled, law enforcement didn’t immediately announce whether an arrest had been made in the case.

The investigation is ongoing, and no further information was immediately available.

 

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