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FOUND: AMBER ALERT cancelled after 3 children found safe [officials]

Update: 8:10 p.m.

New Jersey officials cancelled an AMBER Alert Sunday evening after finding three children who were reportedly abducted earlier in the day, NBC Philadelphia reported.

Although they did not say where the children were found, police said all three were safe and in good condition.

They did not say if Travis Russell, the man believed to have taken the children, was in custody.

Original story: 

New Jersey officials have issued an AMBER Alert after three children were reportedly abducted on Sunday afternoon.

According to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), Jamarcus Russell, 11, Jasmine Russell, 9, (pictured) and Jaquan Russell, 8, were abducted from 1919 Clayton Williamstown Road in Franklinville, Gloucester County, at around 2:30 p.m.

Authorities believe Travis Russell, 36, abducted the three children. His relationship to the three children was not disclosed.

The alert stated that Travis Russell was last spotted driving a 2017 silver Nissan Altima with New Jersey plates reading H53MCS. He was reportedly last seen traveling southbound on Interstate 295 near the Delaware Memorial Bridge.

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[Image: Travis Russell/National Center for Missing & Exploited Children]
The three missing children were described as having black hair and brown eyes.

Travis Russell was described as being 6 feet, 2 inches tall, weighing approximately 220 pounds, and having black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information regarding their whereabouts should call the Franklin Township Police Department at 856-694-1414.

This is a developing story. Check back with CrimeOnline for updates as they become available. 

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[Featured image: Jamarcus Russell, Jaquan Russell, and Jasmine Russell/National Center for Missing & Exploited Children]