Amber Alert cancelled, Iowa children found safe

CLAY COUNTY, Iowa (WOWT) -- Three children abducted from Clay County, Iowa have been found safe, officials say.

An Amber Alert was issued Tuesday afternoon for 8-year-old Lillian Johnson-Enos, 8-year-old Adia Johnson-Enos and 4-year-old Olivias Sophia Arzaga. Officials said the children were taken around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.

The three children showed up at an address in Sanborn, Iowa, where they were abandoned. Officer's from O'Brien County responded to the Sanborn home and stood by until Clay County authorities arrived. The Department of Human Services assisted in the placement of these children and took them to an undisclosed location.

Suspected abductor Danica Noel Arzaga is the mother of the children. Police are still seeking information as to her whereabouts, for questioning. She is believed to be driving the Maroon 2003 Cadillac Sedan, 4 door, with Iowa license plate number 561-XEY.

The Clay County Sheriff's Office was assisted by the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigations, Iowa State Patrol, State Fire Marshal, Iowa Division of Narcotics Enforcement, Spencer Police Department, Department of Human Services, Sanborn Police Department, and O'Brien County Sheriff's Office, multiple Law Enforcement Agencies in Minnesota.