Missing Kentucky girl last seen at Dothan Peanut Festival has been found safe in California

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UPDATE:

SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (WDHN) — The missing Kentucky girl possibly seen at The National Peanut Festival has been found safe and sound in California.

Amber (Amberlyn) Clare, 16, and her three-year-old cousin, Noah Clare, were found in San Clemente, California on Thursday. Jacob Clare, the uncle of Amber and father of Noah has been taken into police custody.

This missing child search came after Jacob Clare allegedly left Kentucky with Amber and Noah, but never arrived at their location in Kentucky around November 5-6. Noah was then seen in Tennesse, where Tennesee officials posted an AMBER alert.

The group then traveled to California where Jacob Clare’s Subaru was found abandoned.

This is a developing story; stay with WDHN News for updates.


ORIGINAL:

Article originally posted on November 9.

DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Dothan Police Department posted on social media about a runaway juvenile that has been missing from Kentucky and was possibly seen at the National Peanut Festival on Sunday.

The post by Dothan police says Amberlyn Clare, 16, is missing from Beaver Dam, Kentucky, and is possibly with her uncle, Jacob Clare. She was possibly last seen at the National Peanut Festival on Sunday wearing a gray two-tone hoodie and jeans. She is 5’7″ with blonde hair and hazel eyes.

If you have information, please contact Dothan Police Department at 334-7923-0215 or 334-615-3632.

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