TCSO: 4-year-old who was believed to be abducted by mother has been found safe

Travis County

TRAVIS COUNTY, Texas — On Friday night, the Travis County Sheriff’s Office reported that the four-year-old who was reported missing Thursday morning had been found safe and is with his father.

The sheriff’s office said the child was believed to have been abducted from 9611 Dawning Court by his mother, Celina Jeanne Harp, around 2 p.m. The area is just west of Oak Hill in southwest Travis County.

His mother, Celina Jeanne Harp, was last seen traveling south on Mopac at FM 2244 in a dark green Ford Fusion. The license plate of the vehicle is LGV-3638.

Earlier in the night, TCSO said it was “standing down” on the regional Amber Alert it issued Thursday morning for a 4-year-old who was allegedly abducted by his mother.

TCSO said the update was “because immediate risk of harm is no longer substantiated.”

Marsdan Harp. (Photo: Travis County Sheriff’s Office)

A regional Amber Alert will not activate alerts on cell phones, nor will it appear on road signs. A regional alert is issued when it is believed the child and his abductor are still in this area.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911.

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