Amber alert canceled for 5-year-old Indiana girl

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Leanna Nicole Herron | Indiana State Police

An Amber alert was canceled within hours Saturday in Indiana for a 5-year-old girl who was believed to be in extreme danger.

Leanna Nicole Herron went missing about 3 p.m. Saturday in Fort Wayne, Indiana State Police said in a statement. She was wearing a gray sweatsuit with white stripes and black and white Nikes.

Zyair Herron | Indiana State Police

Zyair Herron | Indiana State Police

Herron was suspected to be with Zyair Herron, 26, who was driving a silver-colored Chevy Malibu with black rims and a temporary plate, police said.

Police did not provide additional details. The Amber alert was canceled about 7 p.m. Saturday night.

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