Amber Alert canceled for infant believed kidnapped near Nebraska-Colorado border

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SIDNEY, Neb. -- An Amber Alert was canceled early Thursday morning for an infant believed to have been kidnapped near the Nebraska-Colorado border.

Betty Zamora is 6 weeks old. Police in Sidney, Nebraska believe she was abducted in or near the town in the western portion of the state, not far from the Colorado border.

She was last seen at the Cheyenne Villa Apartments in Sidney.

She was believed to be in the company of her parents, Maria Campa and Carlos Zamora.

Arrest warrants were issued out of Cheyenne County, Nebraska for Campa and Zamora for alleged felony custody violations.

Sidney police say Zamora has a history of resisting law enforcement.

Police did not say where the child was found. Campa and Zamora were arrested and taken into custody.

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