UPDATE 10/16/23 12:45 p.m.: Two children who went missing on Sunday from Columbus were found in south Georgia, according to the Columbus Police Department.
Police say 11-year-old Kyle Horne and 4-year-old Kylann Harper were located safely as of Oct. 16, around 11:30 a.m.
On Oct. 15, around 12:45 p.m., CPD detectives responded to the reported abduction of the girls by an unknown person from the Burger King at 7310 Veterans Parkway.
The investigation is still ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to contact Sgt. L. Zieverink at 706-225-4384 or email@example.com.
COLUMBUS, Ga. (WRBL) — An Amber Alert was issued Sunday evening for two girls who went missing from Columbus. That alert remains active as of Monday morning.
11-year-old Kyle Horne and 4-year-old Kylann Harper were last seen at the Burger King in north Columbus.
Police say they could be seen leaving slightly before noon in a 2011 blue-gray Honda CRV with Georgia Tag “TGS7835.”
They are now believed to be in a 2004 Gold Lexus with a Georgia tag reading “SBZ8631.”
According to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Mikaela Harell is a suspect.
Police say the two girls are believed to be in extreme danger. Anyone with information is asked to call local police.