CANCELLED: VA Amber Alert Warns NC Of Abducted Son

Originally posted 1:46 p.m., August 6, 2014

Officials cancelled the Amber Alert Wednesday when Tommy Lee Able Engle was found in Pikeville, Kentucky, according to WUSA. His father was taken into custody.

Officials from Virginia are warning North Carolina residents of an Amber Alert after a father abducted his three-year-old son and threatened to take both their lives Monday.

Tommy Lee Travis Engle is wanted in connection with the abduction of his son, Tommy Lee Able Engle. The father is a six-foot-three-inch white male, weighing approximately 200 pounds and has brown eyes and brown hair.

He is thought to be driving a navy blue 2001 four-door Dodge Neon with Virginia license plate WNZ-9169.

Officials are warning everyone to use caution if they encounter this man because he may have an AK-47 assault rifle. The Amber Alert release states that he made suicidal threats and homicidal threats toward police officers.

Anyone with information should dial 911 immediately. You can also call Crime Stoppers at 919-942-7515.

Amber Alert Canclled: Four-Year-Old Boy In Durham

DURHAM – The Durham Police Department needs your help to find a missing four-year-old boy, Ari Yanitan Aguilar-Castillo.

***The Amber Alert was cancelled about five ours after it was created when the boy was found asleep in his mother’s closet.

Aguilar-Castillo is approximately three feet tall and weights 45 pounds. He has black hair cut in a Mohawk and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing green shorts, not shirt, and not shoes.

The boy is suspected to have been abducted by a person whose identity is unknown. He’s described as being a white male, approximately 45 years old, five feet, eight inches tall, and weighing 180 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing a white shirt and a red hat.

Aguilar-Castillo was last seen in the area of 703 Liberty Street in Durham.

If you have any information regarding this abduction, call the Durham Police Department at (919) 560-4601, 919-560-4281 or call 911.