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12-year-old upstate New York girl found safe; Amber Alert dropped

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McKenzie Wilson, 12, left with Joshua Monette, top, and John Harvey. (State Police handout photos)

The 12-year-old upstate New York girl as well as the two teenage boys accused of taking her have been found safe near Buffalo, state police said.

WGRZ reports that state police received a call around 4:30 p.m. confirming that the children were found safe in the town of Farmersville.

Police said the matter is still under investigation but that no charges have been filed. WGRZ says the girl may have joined the teens on her own accord, citing state police.

New York State Police had issued an Amber Alert for McKenzie Wilson, saying they believed she was in grave danger of bodily harm or death.

The teens disappeared about 5 a.m. on Shady Lane in Lyndon, New York in Cattaraugus County in the Southern Tier of New York state, not far from where they were eventually found.

The Chevrolet Silverado was stolen near the site of the abduction and has a black bow tie on the front grille. It also has an extended cab. The license plate is CXA5836

The suspects, who police said were armed, were identified as John Harvey, who is believed to 16, and Joshua Monette, who is believed to be 18.