Cops: Amber alert terminated, 18-month-old Jacob Chambers discovered safe
Update: According to a Facebook blog post, Clarkesville Cops Division claims the Amber Alert for 18-month-old Jacob Chambers has been canceled after the toddler was found secure.
Authorities claim he was abducted by his natural father Charles Eric Chambers from Railway Opportunity in Clarkesville Georgia.
Jacob has sandy blonde curly hair and was last seen putting on grey and environment-friendly candy striped short trousers.
Jacob as well as his papa may be taking a trip in a red 1997 Chevrolet prolonged taxicab associate a black tailgate (tag # RDP3863). Warrants have been issued for Charles Eric Chambers.
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The Virginia State Police and the Virginia Missing Children Clearinghouse has issued an AMBER Alert for a teenage girl who was last seen in Stafford, Virginia on Wednesday night. She is believed to be in extreme danger.https://t.co/gYD30qMbCU pic.twitter.com/PrfF38PK0C
A Levi’s call has been issued! If you know that can help in situating Jacob please get in touch with the Habersham Region dispatch facility at 706-778-3911 or message or the Clarkesville Authorities Facebook page.
AMBER Alert: Police are searching for 17-year-old Selena Jah'nyrah Fernandez, who was believed to be abducted by Rodney Richards on Wednesday night, Stafford County, Virginia, police say. https://t.co/OrrkzmIpnY pic.twitter.com/mtUQsiACu2— NBCWashington (@nbcwashington) September 17, 2020
Previous media reports
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children provided a Amber Alert on behalf of the Clarkesville Cops Division and also the Georgia Bureau of Examination for 1-year-old Charles Michael Chambers.
On Sept. 19, Chambers was abducted by 46-year-old Charles Eric Chambers.
According to notify, both were last seen at 824 Railroad Ave. in Clarkesville, Georgia.
They are believed to be riding in a red, 1997 Chevrolet 1500 with a black tailgate.
If you have any kind of details, dial 911 or leave a message with the GBI tip-line at 1-800-597-TIPS.