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Northwest Iowa Amber Alert Cancelled

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CLAY COUNTY, Iowa  —  Just before 9 p.m. on Tuesday, the Clay County Sheriff’s Department confirmed the Amber Alert for three northwest Iowa girls has been cancelled.

The alert was issued Tuesday afternoon for three missing girls believed to be with their mother. Danica Arzaga was said to be driving a maroon 2003 Cadillac CTS with Iowa license plate 561 XEY.  Her children Lillian, Adia and Olivia were believed to be with her.

The children were left at an address in Sanborn, Iowa, and are now being assisted by the Department of Human Services. The girls’ mother is still at large and wanted for questioning by authorities. She is still believed to be driving the aforementioned vehicle.

Anyone with information regarding Arzaga’s location is asked to contact law enforcement.

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