Missing children found after Amber Alert

Two missing children were found Wednesday night after an Amber Alert issued in south Georgia.

LEESBURG, Ga. -- Two missing children were found Wednesday night after an Amber Alert was issued in south Georgia.

WALB-TV reports that the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) activated a Levi's Call, Georgia's Amber Alert, for 10-month-old Steven Griffin and 2-year-old Stevie Hepnes who were both abducted from Leesburg, Ga., a town about 176 miles south of Atlanta.

The two children were soon found. Officials believe they were snatched by parents who did not have custody of them, 32-year-old Mallory and 52-year-old Steven Johnson.

WALB reported that the children were at a home in Leesburg where they had been placed by the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services.

Griffin is described as a white male who has blonde hair and brown eyes. He is about 2 feet tall and 20 pounds.

Hepnes is described as a white female who also has blonde hair and brown eyes. She is about 40 pounds.

 

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