Missing Endangered Juvenile advisory canceled after second teen found safe

New Mexico News

Jaylynn Miller (courtesy NMSP)

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – New Mexico State Police reports a Missing Endangered Juvenile Advisory has been canceled for 16-year-old Jaylynn Miller as she has been located and is safe. An Amber Alert was first issued by the Bureau of Indian Affairs on Saturday, March 27 for Miller and 14-year-old Zuriah Castillo after authorities reported the girls were said to have been picked up in the Santo Domingo Pueblo and driven to the Courtyard Marriott in Albuquerque.

The Amber Alert for both teens was updated to a Missing Endangered Juvenile Advisory on Monday. Authorities reported Castillo was located on March 30 and was said to be safe.

NMSP announced on Saturday, April 3 that Miller has since been located and is safe.

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