WILMINGTON, Del. (CBS) — Delaware State Police have cancelled an amber alert for two children who went missing while in the care of their babysitter.

Police say 5-year-old Zion Coverdale-Dixon and 3-year-old Jihad Bailey were found Saturday safe and in good condition.

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Authorities received a call to report the children missing at around 9:45 p.m. Friday. Police say the boys had last been seen Wednesday morning at their home in the 500 block of Sherman Street in Wilmington while in the care of the babysitter, 50-year-old Michelle (Shelly) Rogers.

State police issued an Amber Alert early Saturday morning, adding that they believed the children may be in imminent danger.

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But less than three hours later, police cancelled the alert, reporting the two boys had been located and were not harmed.

There were no immediate details about where the children were found or if they were with the babysitter at the time.


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