Amber Alert canceled for two yr outdated homestead lady

DADE COUNTY, Florida – The Florida Amber Alert issued to 2-year-old Jesmine Cedillo-Ramirez has been canceled, according to Florida law enforcement agencies

  • Amber Alert for Jesmine Cedillo-Ramirez, 2, canceled
  • FDLE says the case has been resolved, Jesmine is safe
  • Homestead Police: Diego Cedillo-Hernandez still at large

According to authorities, Jesmine is safe and has been located.

“The case has been resolved,” said FDLE in a press release.

A press release from the Homestead Police Department said authorities were in the process of reuniting Jesmine with her mother.

The toddler was originally reported missing Thursday and was last seen around the 39th block of 9th Street in Homestead, Florida.

Before the cancellation, FDLE said Jesmine may have been with Diego Cedillo-Hernandez, 23, who was last seen in a beige-green shirt and jeans.

The vehicle he was driving was found. Police at the homestead said officers are still looking for Cedillo-Hernandez, who is still at large.

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