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Roxbury teen that triggered Amber Alert found

Jonathan Moore Jonathan Moore
Ashlee Smith Ashlee Smith

Massachusetts State Police have found the 13-year-old Roxbury boy they issued an Amber Alert for earlier Tuesday night. 

Police don't have the specifics on Jonathan Moore Jr's condition but say his alleged kidnappers are still at large.

The Amber Alert has been canceled. 

Police say around 7:30 p.m. 36-year-old Jonathan Moore Sr. burst into a Highland Street home in Roxbury, claimed to have a handgun, and abducted the teen.

He is driving a red 1997 Toyota Camry with Massachusetts license plate number of 634-RH4. 

Jonathan Moore Sr's girlfriend, 25-year-old Ashlee Smith, is also in the car, according to police.

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