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FL Amber Alert canceled; victim found safe

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(Source: Fort Myers Police Department) (Source: Fort Myers Police Department)
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FORT MYERS, FL (WSFA) -

Authorities say an Amber Alert issued Tuesday out of Fort Myers, Florida is being canceled after the victim was found safe.

The alert was issued for 7-year-old Crystal Riemer was grabbed by her non-custodial mother during a supervised visit while the child was in foster care according to Fort Myers Police. Christine Riemer then fled out a back door with the child.

It was believed that Riemer may have tried to take the child to Alabama or Wisconsin. Authorities found the two just before the Florida/Georgia line in a Budget moving truck.

The mother is charged with driving on a suspended license, bypassing a weigh station and interfering with custody.

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