LOUISA COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — The Louisa County Sheriff’s Office has canceled the AMBER alert for 7-month-old Killian Briers.
The Sheriff’s Office sent out a release shortly after 5:30 Wednesday morning saying the child had been located safely and the abductor was in custody.
Killian had been last seen on Sunday. An AMBER alert was first issued last night and officers believed the infant was abducted by his mother, 35-year-old Lauren Lloyd.
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