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AMBER ALERT Canceled for Two Washington Children

Washington's officials believe the children were in "grave danger"; they have now been located.

Suspect 25-year old Ahzariyah Yasharahla
One-year old Zariyah Brown and three-year old Deon Brown are missing from the Tacoma, Washington area. The suspect pictured below is 25-year old Ahzariyah Yasharahla, along with larger photos of the children.

(TACOMA, Wash.) - Police in Washington say a one-year old girl and a three-year old boy kidnapped by their mother and her boyfriend Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. from a state human services office have been recovered safely.

The AMBER ALERT was canceled after the children were located in Tacoma.

It is reported that the children were taken from the mother six days earlier due to extensive abuse. Washington's DSHS believed the children were in "grave danger".

The suspect vehicle has been located.

One victim is Zariyah Brown, a black Female who is one year old. Zariyah is two feet 8 inches tall, she weighs 24 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes.

The second victim is three-year old Deon Brown, a black Male who is three feet 5 inches tall, weighs 43 pounds, and has black hair and brown eyes.

The first suspect is 21-year old Tivice Evans, a black Female who is five feet 4 inches tall, 150 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.

The second suspect is 25-year old Ahzariyah Yasharahla, a black Male who is five feet 9 inches tall, 260 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.

Again, the AMBER ALERT is canceled.




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