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Amber Alert Canceled after Fishers Girl Found in Louisville

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Sophia Snow Sophia Snow
Jennifer Ansari Jennifer Ansari
(Updated 9/4/2013) -- Police say a missing girl that was at the center of an Amber Alert has been located in Louisville. 
 
The following info was released by the Louisville Metro Police Department
 
About 5:45 this evening the LMPD Missing Persons Unit located 8 year-old Sophia Snow and her mother Jennifer Ansari at a home in the 8700 blk of Hi-View Rd.  Jennifer Ansari surrendered to LMPD and was very cooperative.   She was arrested and taken to Metro Corrections on an warrant out of the state of Indiana for Custodial Interference. The child Sophia Snow is fine and unharmed. LMPD is in contact with Indiana officials at this time.

The Fishers Police Department is investigating an abducted child from Fishers, Indiana, just outside of Indianapolis.

An Amber alert has been issued for 7-year-old Sophia Snow.

She's 3 foot 10 inches tall, weighs 50 pounds and has shoulder length blonde hair and blue eyes.

Snow was last seen at noon last Friday in Fishers and police believe she is in extreme danger.

Police say she was likely abducted by her mother, Jennifer Curtis Ansari.

They are believed to be in a 2012 Burgundy Honda Civic with a Kentucky license plate.

If you have any information on Sophia Snow please contact Fishers Police Department at 1-888-58AMBER.

For more information on this or any Amber Alert in Indiana, you can visit Indiana's Amber Alert website here.

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