ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The Amber Alert for a missing 10-year-old Santa Fe boy has been canceled with the child found safe.
New Mexico State Police told KRQE News 13 James Agnew, 10, was found safe in Santa Fe.
Santa Fe police later said a tip led them to the boy and Rebecca Aguirre at a home off State Road 14 south of the city. Both were being interviewed to determine why the boy's father reported them missing, a police spokesperson said.
It appears no charges will be filed, although the spokesperson said the state Children, Youth and Families Department has been called into the case.
Agnew was last seen Saturda with Aguirre, 46, who is the father’s fiancé.
Officials said Aguirre is homeless and the two were last seen at a family shelter in Santa Fe. She does not have custody of the child and Agnew’s father was worried for his sons’s safety, according to police.
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