SACRAMENTO (CBS/AP) — The California Highway Patrol canceled an Amber Alert after two missing girls from Plumas County were found safe.
The Amber Alert was issued late Friday for 9-year-old Laila Pomtong and 14-year-old Solai Pomtong who were taken from Greenville , near Chico.READ MORE: Smash-And-Grab Thieves Hit San Jose Eastridge Mall Jewelry Store; 5 Sought
The two girls were allegedly kidnapped by 33-year-old Alicia Lapp. The connection between Lapp and the girls is still not clear. Authorities were questioning her.READ MORE: Investigation Finds Vallejo Officer's Use of Deadly Force Not 'Reasonable'
The CHP says the two girls were abducted Friday afternoon from Greenville, in Plumas County. The city of about 1,100 people is about 150 miles northeast of Sacramento and 100 miles northwest of Reno, Nevada.
The trio were believed to be in a 2016 black Toyota Prius with California license plate number 7UHH003. There is no word on where they were found.
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AMBER Alert: No. Cal counties – Butte, Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, Tehama & Yuba. Suspect vehicle: 2016 Blk Toyota Prius, CA lic. plate 7UHH003
— CHP Headquarters (@CHP_HQ) April 1, 2017
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