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State Police: Amber Alert issued in Western New York canceled; Baby recovered safely

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HOLLEY, NY – An Amber Alert Wednesday afternoon for a 2-month-old baby in Western New York was canceled about an hour later after as state police announced the baby had been recovered safely.

A tweet from the state police did not offer further information, including the status of two teens, ages 15 and 16, sought in the abduction, but said that the Orleans County Sheriff’s Office had canceled the alert due to the child being found.

The baby, identified as 2-month-old Natalie Huntington, was taken Wednesday morning at about 8 a.m. from 4287 Manning Road in Holley, which is about 25 miles west of Rochester.

The alert came as the state police had announced tests of the Amber Alert system. However, the Holley alert came with emphasis that “THIS IS NOT A TEST.”

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