Two girls found safe after Amber Alert, suspect in custody

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NORTHGLENN, Colo. — Two girls missing out of Northglenn were found safe early Saturday after the Colorado Bureau of Investigation issued an Amber Alert.

The girls in the alert were 11-year-old Eternity Duran and 12-year-old Unity Duran. Their suspected abductor, 61-year-old Larry Guerra, was taken into custody.

The Amber Alert was issued Friday night. CBI said the girls were last seen around 8 p.m. Friday in the 1200 block of Regina Lane in Northglenn. Guerra was known to be violent and was known to possess weapons, according to CBI.

Larry Guerra, Unity Duran and Eternity Duran (L-R) Credit: CBI

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