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Amber Alert canceled, missing 4-year-old found

Friday, August 05, 2011
Jeremy Guthrie, a four year old white male wearing a camouflage shirt and blue spider man underpants was abducted from the First Baptist Church Shelter in Atascadero early this morning. Police are actively searching for Jeremy and Annette Hale, a 52 year old white female.  Hale is 5 feet 4 inches tall and approximately 200 lbs.  She has brown hair which was last seen in a bun and wears glasses and possibly a white tank top.  Hale is not known to drive a vehicle and may be on foot with the child.

Jeremy Guthrie, a four year old white male wearing a camouflage shirt and blue spider man underpants was abducted from the First Baptist Church Shelter in Atascadero early this morning. Police are actively searching for Jeremy and Annette Hale, a 52 year old white female. Hale is 5 feet 4 inches tall and approximately 200 lbs. She has brown hair which was last seen in a bun and wears glasses and possibly a white tank top. Hale is not known to drive a vehicle and may be on foot with the child. (Jeremy Guthrie, a four year old white male wearing a camouflage shirt and blue spider man underpants was abducted from the First Baptist Church Shelter in Atascadero early this morning.)

The Atascadero Police Department has canceled an Amber Alert for a missing boy.

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Police say Jeremy Lee-Logan Guthrie was taken from a homeless shelter in Atascadero on Friday. He was found around 5:00 Friday afternoon near - where he went missing, after police received an anonymous phone call, with the boy's location.

Police say Jeremy was found alive and well. The suspect was not with him, but police followed leads and located her in the area.

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Jeremy Guthrie, a four year old white male wearing a camouflage shirt and blue spider man underpants was abducted from the First Baptist Church Shelter in Atascadero early this morning. Police are actively searching for Jeremy and Annette Hale, a 52 year old white female. Hale is 5 feet 4 inches tall and approximately 200 lbs. She has brown hair which was last seen in a bun and wears glasses and possibly a white tank top. Hale is not known to drive a vehicle and may be on foot with the child. The child was last seen at approximately 9:00pm and may have been taken by Hale from the Shelter at approximately 4:30 am. The Atascadero Police Department is requesting that anyone who may have any information regarding this matter immediately contact the Atascadero Police Department at 805-461-5061 or call 911.

Location: 6370 Atascadero Mall in the City of Atascadero.

Suspect:
The suspect Annette Hale, described as a 52 year old adult White female 5 feet 4 inches tall and 200 lbs, with brown hair in a bun and wearing glasses and possibly a white tank top. Child Jeremy, described as a male White 4 years old, with brown hair, 3 feet 5 inches tall and wearing a camouflage shirt and blue Spiderman underpants and no pants. Jeremy may have a blanket with him.

Details:
On August 5, 2011 at approximately 6:30 am, officers from the Atascadero Police Department were dispatched to the 6370 Atascadero Mall (First Baptist Church also known as the Echo Shelter) for a report of a missing 4 year old child. When officers arrived on scene they met with the child's mother who told them her son was missing and was possibly abducted by another individual staying at the shelter by the name Annette Hale, age 52 years, 5 feet 4 inches tall. Hale is not related to the child and possibly left the shelter at 4:30 am when a door alarm sounded. Hale does not own a vehicle and may be in the area on foot with the child whose first name is Jeremy. It is not known if Hale has any friends in the area who may have picked her up with the child. If anyone has any information regarding this incident you are asked to contact the Atascadero Police Department at 805-461-5061.

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