[UPDATE: FOUND SAFE] AMBER ALERT issued for infant girl abducted by parents during supervised DHS visit: Police

UPDATE @ 6:05 p.m.: 

The West Memphis Police Department tweeted that Majesty McClanton was found safe on I-40 and her parents, Rodney McClanton and Miracle Auimatagi were arrested for interfering with court-ordered custody. Additional details were not disclosed.

Original story:

On Tuesday, officials in Arkansas issued an AMBER Alert for a 6-month-old girl whose parents allegedly abducted her during a supervised visit at the Department Human Services’ office.

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The West Memphis Police Department tweeted that father and mother Rodney McClanton, 27, and Miracle Auimatagi, 21, abducted Majesty McClanton. The parents were reportedly last seen driving a white 2015 Nissan Altima.

Additional details regarding the alleged abduction are unavailable at this point in time.

Rodney was described as being 6 feet and having black hair and brown eyes. Auimatagi was described as being 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighing 197 pounds.

Anyone with information regarding Majesty McClanton or her parents’ whereabouts should call the West Memphis Police Department at 870-732-7525.

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[Featured image: Rodney McClanton, Miracle Auimatagi, Majesty McClanton/West Memphis Police Department, Arkansas State Police]