Georgia Amber Alert: Levi’s Call issued for 2 children from Leesburg


          UPDATE: The two children have been found safe. The amber alert has been canceled.

A Georgia Amber Alert (Levi's Call) has been issued for 10-month-old Steven Griffin and 2-year-old Stevie Hepnes after they were abducted from Leesburg in Lee County. Anyone who sees them is urged to call 911 immediately. (more)

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The children were taken by two suspects on Wednesday but details about the exact circumstances of the abduction were not immediately available. Deputies have not clarified whether the suspects are related to the children.

The two suspects were last seen traveling north on Interstate 85 towards Atlanta. They are traveling in a white 1998 Ford F150 with Georgia license plate RBN8092. It is unknown where they may be taking the children.

Photos of the victims and the suspects were not immediately released.

The first suspect was identified as Mallory Johnson, a 32-year-old white female with brown hair and blue eyes, standing 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighing 140 pounds. The second suspect is Steven Johnson, a 52-year-old white male with gray hair and hazel eyes, standing 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighing 192 pounds.

The children have been identified as Steven Griffin, a 10-month-old white male with blonde hair and brown eyes, and Stevie Hepnes, a 2-year-old white female with blonde hair and brown eyes. She weighs about 40 pounds.

Anyone who sees either the suspects, the victims or the vehicle is urged to call 911 immediately, or call the Lee County Sheriff's Office at 229-759-6012 if you have any other information that could help investigators.

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Published on November 30, 2016 - 9:04pm EST




  Leesburg, GA     

 



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