Virginia State Police cancel Amber Alert after 2-year-old boy found safe

Virginia State Police said they believe 2-year-old Noah Gabriel Tout to be in extreme danger.

The suspected abductor was not identified, but police said they are possibly wearing a blue jacket, blue jeans, black tennis shoes and a black beanie. They could be driving dark-colored SUV or van.

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A missing toddler has been found safe, one day after an Amber Alert was issued in Virginia.

Virginia State Police had believed 2-year-old Noah Gabriel Tout to be in extreme danger.

They said the child had been abducted around noon on Sunday, and was last seen on Big Stony Creek Road in Ripplemead, Virginia.

In that Amber Alert issued Sunday, the suspected abductor was described as wearing a blue jacket, blue jeans, black tennis shoes and a black beanie, and driving a dark-colored SUV or van.

State police had no further details about the alert’s cancellation early Monday afternoon.

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