Amber Alert canceled for missing baby in Troy, New York

TROY, N.Y. — An Amber Alert issued Friday for a 3-month-old allegedly taken by a couple in the upstate New York city of Troy has been canceled, authorities said.

Frank Bragg, 40, and Amanda Rua, 36, were wanted in the alleged abduction that took place about 11:30 a.m. Friday near Spring Avenue, state police said.

The baby was identified as Donavan Bragg. He’s 3 months old, about 2 feet long and weighs 15 pounds.

The Amber Alert was canceled a short time later.

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