Statewide AMBER ALERT for woman, 4 children canceled
Authorities say they have located everyone.
RACINE, Wis. (WBAY) - UPDATE: State officials have canceled an Amber Alert issued for a woman and her four children earlier in the day on Tuesday.
Early Tuesday evening, authorities say they were all located.
They didn’t provide any other details, including if they were all safe.
Check back as more information becomes available.
INITIAL REPORT: A statewide AMBER ALERT was issued Tuesday afternoon for a woman and her four children.
The Racine Police Department says Ariania Boutwell left Racine with her four children Monday afternoon at 4 P.M. Since then, she hasn’t responded to any contact from family or friends. The police department says it’s concerned for their safety and wants to check on everyone’s welfare. They don’t know where she might have headed.
Boutwell drives a 2016-model, red Chevy Sonic. The car has cheetah print seat coverings and a cheetah print steering wheel cover. It might have a temporarily Illinois tag, but police aren’t sure.
Boutwell is a Black woman, 23 years old, 5′2″ tall and 150 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes.
The children are six months to 7 years old:
Zy’Mere, age 7; Zariee, age 4; Zamari, age 2; and Zakyi, 6 months.
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