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February 20, 2014 at 2:51 PM

Mill Creek children found in Oregon; Amber Alert canceled

Sajza Henry, 25

Sajza Henry, 25

UPDATE at 5:26 p.m. | The two children and their mother have been located in Oregon.

FBI agents and local police officers found Sajza Henry and her two children at a grocery store parking lot in Eugene this evening, according to the Mill Creek Police Department. The three are safe and in good condition, police said.

Police don’t expect to release additional information tonight.

ORIGINAL POST | An Amber Alert has been issued for two small children police believe were taken from their Mill Creek home by a mother who reportedly has mental health issues.The state Department of Social Health Services reported that the 25-year-old mother, Sajza Henry, had taken 2-year-old Tyrel Henry and eight-month-old Alexandria Henry from their Mill Creek home on the 2600 block of 143rd Place Southeast this morning.

She took all of their belongings and is believed to be driving a burgundy 2007 Land Rover with Washington license plate 708VZU.

Mill Creek police say Sajza Henry has been diagnosed with several untreated mental health conditions and has required the constant care of a relative.

Her son Tyrel also has a medical condition that requires 24-hour nursing care, which had been given by the same relative and a nurse, police said.

Anyone who sees the family of their vehicle is asked to call Mill Creek police at 425-774-2503, or 911.

Comments | More in General news, The Blotter | Topics: Amber Alert, Mill Creek


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