AMBER Alert canceled for NY teen - WNEM TV 5

AMBER Alert canceled for NY teen

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McKenzie Wilson McKenzie Wilson
Joshua Monette Joshua Monette
John Harvey John Harvey
LYNDON, NEW YORK (WNEM) -

An AMBER Alert has been canceled for the New York teen who was allegedly abducted Tuesday morning.

McKenzie Wilson, 12, was allegedly abducted near Shady Lane in Lyndon, New York about 5 a.m.

She has straight blond hair and blue eyes. She is 5'6" and weighs 100 pounds. She was last seen wearing a black T-shirt and cowboy boots with pink on the top.

The original AMBER Alert identified two suspects in McKenzie's abduction.

The first suspect was Joshua Monette, 18. The other suspect was John Harvey, 16.

Police believed they were in a red Chevy Silverado with New York license plate CXA5836. The truck has an extended cab.

The vehicle was stolen in the same area the alleged abduction took place, officials said.

The truck was last seen traveling southeast possibly heading for the Allegany Mountains.

Police believed McKenzie was in imminent danger of serious bodily harm or death. They also believed the suspects are armed with handguns.

She was found safe about 4:39 p.m. on Tuesday. 

Few details are known at this time.

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