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Avery (left) and Zek Rader | Indiana State Police

Missing Indiana boys found safe after Amber Alert issued

SHARE Missing Indiana boys found safe after Amber Alert issued
SHARE Missing Indiana boys found safe after Amber Alert issued

Two young boys who went missing for several hours Monday from their central Indiana home have been found safe, police said.

Zek and Avery Rader, ages 6 and 10, were thought to be in “extreme danger” after last being seen about 3:40 p.m. in Prince’s Lakes, about 40 miles south of Indianapolis, according to Indiana State Police, who issued an Amber Alert.

They have since been located, state police said about 8:30 p.m.

Authorities had said the boy’s noncustodial father took them in a white 2007 Ford 500 with tinted windows, “two breast cancer stickers” and Indiana license plates of727MIO, police said. He remained at large Monday night.

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