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AMBER ALERT Terminated: Two Amish girls returned home after abduction from NY roadside stand

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UPDATE: Two missing Amish girls have been found safe and returned home according to WPTZ.

Officials say the two girls were abducted by two men and brought to a house were they were told not to leave.

The girls fled and were able to find help from someone that recognized them from the AMBER alert.

They were returned to their parents just over 24 hours after they were taken.

Read more: WPTZ


An Amber Alert is issued for two young Amish girls abducted from a roadside stand in upstate New York.

The girls – 12-year-old Fannie Miller, and 7-year-old Delila Miller – were at a roadside stand in Oswegatchie, NY near the Canadian border.

The girls were waiting on a customer in a small white four-door sedan when they disappeared,according to an Amber Alert issued for them.

Police say they have received “numerous leads” according to PIX11, but the children have yet to be recovered.

Fannie Miller is described as 5 feet tall and about 90 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. She is cross-eyed, authorities said.

Delila Miller is described as 4 feet tall, about 50 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. She has a round scar on her forehead and is missing front teeth, authorities said.

Since the children are Amish, no photographs of the girls were released. Both girls were wearing dark blue dresses, blue aprons, and black bonnets.

Their clothes may have been changed, but the children likely speak in a strong Pennsylvania Dutch accent.

Anyone with information in the case is urged to call 911 or the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department at 866-NYS-AMBER

Read more: PIX11

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