Nevada authorities cancel AMBER Alert; 3 children still missing

Posted at 9:19 PM, Sep 16, 2017

UPDATE: Authorities in Nevada confirmed around 10 p.m. MDT Saturday that the AMBER Alert has been canceled. However, the verified AMBER Alert Twitter page indicates the children are still missing.

It was not immediately clear why the alert was canceled and whether or not the suspects are still believed to be with the missing children.

Fox 13 News has reached out to authorities in Washoe County, Nevada for more specific information, and we will update this story as more details emerge.

Previous story continues below:

NEVADA — Authorities in Nevada have issued an AMBER Alert for two suspects and three abducted children, and the suspects may be traveling to West Virginia.

According to the AMBER Alert from the state of Nevada, authorities are looking for two suspects and three abducted children ages 1, 3 and 4.

The alert was based out of Washoe County, Nevada and includes various areas in Nevada including Elko. Authorities believe the suspects may be heading to West Virginia, which means they could potentially travel through Utah.

Police are looking for April Rendina and Andrew Ancell, both of whom are listed as suspects. Both are described as white adults and are pictured above.

Police say the abducted children are a 4-year-old girl, a 3-year-old girl and a 1-year-old boy. Police did not provide names or descriptions of the children.

The group may be in a 2005 black Ford Focus hatchback.

Anyone with information about the suspects or children should call their local police or Nevada Highway Patrol Dispatch at 775-687-0400.

Fox 13 News will update this story as more details emerge.